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Category: Vancouver


Pandemic Murals

What a year we’re having. Here in Vancouver, we’ve been able to enjoy being outdoors throughout the pandemic, but there were times when it was surreal walking about our city. Roads were often mostly free of vehicle traffic, and the…

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Kits Beach Covered in Snow!

Putting February 2019 behind us: It was the coldest February Vancouverites have encountered in over 80 years, and among our top 10 snowiest months

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Swan Lake

Well, not exactly! I caught these early morning images in a pond. This pair of swans were busily feeding. Bottoms up!  

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We’re Seeing Fireworks!

Here’s a look at Vancouver, Canada’s annual Celebration of Light

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Vancouver’s Not-So-Smelly Corpse Flower Is Nonetheless Impressive

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It’s Raining Umbrellas

Vancouver, Canada is also known as the “wet coast”. That makes this public art installation all the more fun as we enjoy gorgeous summer weather.

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Vancouver in Winter

Vancouver in winter … the skies were blue and clear as this day dawned. Here, as afternoon approached its close, the sun cast a gentle sheen over the snowy North Shore mountaintops.

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Forest in the Fog

Anyone who’s been to Vancouver’s Stanley Park, or even heard of it, will know that this spot is renowned for its majestic evergreens. In the fog earlier this month, you’d be hard pressed to recognise the park at all. I…

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On Ice

… ducks on ice, that is. It’s not been cold enough this winter for ponds to freeze over, but these images from Jericho Park last winter always bring a smile to my face. Hopefully they do the same for you…

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Harbour Lights

As Christmas drew close this year, the skies cleared and we enjoyed some sunny, clear days. This led to a minor dusting of snow, and so I made my way up to another mountain to capture views to the west….

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