I took this photo on my way home from work. It was already dark & a winter chill was in the air. I climbed up to the top of the Clark hill to the cool light of Ken Lum’s public artpiece. The illuminated sign has become a kind of welcome sign to the neighbourhood. I understand there’s some history to the symbol, but haven’t been able to find anything written about it that gives a good sense of it’s history. This article in the Georgia Straight has some info on the cross and on other illuminated public art in the city.