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 drove across Lions Gate Bridge to reach Cypress Mountain but, as you can see here, … More Forest in the Fog
… 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 – particularly since, in the image below, it would appear that one of this companionable … More On Ice
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. From atop Burnaby Mountain, you can see Vancouver’s harbour at sunset. That’s the Lions Gate … More Harbour Lights
After capturing a number of photos from above the fog earlier this month, I made my way down to West Vancouver’s Ambleside Beach. There, you have Stanley Park directly across the waters. On this particular morning, much of the forested park and its seawall remained shrouded in mists.
… and here’s a look at downtown Vancouver, and its highrises poking through the fog earlier this month. The early morning skies, touched with a hint of pink, were in stark contrast to the cityscape below. That’s the famed Lions Gate Bridge piercing the fog near the base of the photo, leading to just a … More Above It All
That’s what we had for a few consecutive days here in Vancouver. I was actually glad that the fog carried through to an early December weekend, because it meant that I could make an early Saturday morning drive up to the mountains and catch some shots of the gorgeous scenery. In this one, I love … More Foggy, Foggy Days
… that would be the Vancouver store known as Stock Home, located at 3060 West Broadway. The store window of this Kitsilano shop, with its ridiculously sweet Bukowski bears from Sweden, drew me in a few weeks ago. Principal Elisa Langenstam carries French soaps as well as scarves, glassware and cosy cushions. She also showcases local art … More It’s Time to Visit Stock Home