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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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All Washed Up

… but these logs just off the shores of Jericho Beach, earlier this year, were still striking. Thinly wrapped with snow, they gleamed in the afternoon sunlight. These mountain and water views are also pretty impressive. That’s Lighthouse Park dwarfed by…

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Season’s Greetings

It’s December 24th here in Vancouver, and so I’m sending Merry Christmas greetings to all who celebrate it – and wishes for peace and joy for all of us!        

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On the Waterfront: Coal Harbour

Last weekend, before the snowfall that would be a non-event in many other locales, we enjoyed crisp and sunny weather that begged for a good, long walk. One of those walks found me photographing Vancouver’s Coal Harbour, which is nestled just a…

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Snow in the Quarry

… in the former quarry, that is. One that we Vancouverites know as Queen Elizabeth Park. This is a lovely spot for nature lovers, and equally popular with locals wanting to show off our city to visitors. That’s because, in…

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First Snowfall

While many have perceptions of Canada as a year-round winter wonderland, that’s not the case throughout our country. Here in Vancouver, snow on the mountains is not uncommon in the winter months. Last weekend, many Vancouverites – such as the…

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Snow on Logs

Popping up to one of the North Shore Mountains with camera and gear in hand this morning, a look at my card reminded me of some shots I took following the one snowfall we’ve had in the city this season….

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