Winter is Coming
A cold evening in False Creek, BC. Cool winter skies turn a deep blue as the sun sets in False Creek. On the right is Science World, then BC Place Stadium in the distance.
West Coast Sunset
Kayakers paddle into the sunset at English Bay, Vancouver BC.
I am always intrigued by the number of cranes that can be seen throughout Vancouver. There's always some kind of construction going on. In this case the cranes are always present catering to the shipyard dry docks. The closest one is not currently used and part of the newly developed heritage site in Lower Lonsdale.
False Creek Marina
Calm waters in the Marina before the rainstorm hit.
Whyte Island at Whytecliff Park
Whyte Island is accessible at low tide from Whytecliff Park in West Vancouver, BC. The island is a habitat for various wildlife including Seals and Eagles.
Trains in North Vancouver, BC
Clear Skies Over Downtown Vancouver
After a week of thick fog Vancouver is finally visible.
North Vancouver Shipyard
Boat sheds shimmer from a nearby streetlamp as the sky darkens in North Vancouver, BC.
Coal Harbour Reflections
A beautiful evening in Coal Harbour, Vancouver, BC. The downtown Vancouver buildings light up as the sun sets over Lost Lagoon. Canada Place can be seen in the distance.
Path to Lions Gate Bridge
The Stanley Park seawall leads the way to the vibrant Lions Gate Bridge in the distance. The bridge connects North Vancouver to downtown Vancouver.
Vancouver Rowing Club
The Vancouver Rowing Club reflects on the still water of Coal Harbour during Blue hour in Vancouver, BC.
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