The Fort Langley Community Hall might not be located in Vancouver, but with its countless television and film appearances, and being a popular venue for events and gatherings throughout all seasons, it’s today’s (Greater) Vancouver Icons photo feature: Photo credit: Jerry Meaden on Flickr Located at 9167 Glover Road, the Fort Langley Community Hall has […]
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It may often be overlooked but Delta, BC is home to some amazing scenery. There’s Boundary Bay Regional Park, Westham Island, Burns Bog, Watershed Park, Tsawwassen, and the George C. Reifel Migratory Bird Sanctuary, along with big skies over farm land and Fraser River sunsets. Delta is today’s 604 Corners photo feature: 12 Dreamy Photos […]
The District of Squamish, BC is the Outdoor Recreation Capital of Canada and one of the most beautiful corners of the “604” region. From the estuary and river channels to slick rocky cliffs, glacial mountain peaks and an incredible gondola, this community embodies the Sea to Sky spirit and is truly a playground for those […]
Thanks to those who have contributed their images to the Miss604 Flickr Pool and the #Photos604 tag on Instagram this week: Vancouver Photos of the Week Photo credit: Ken Campbell on Flickr Photo credit: Ken Campbell on Flickr Photo credit: Gemy on Flickr Photo credit: SeaSide Signs ~ Vancouver, BC on Flickr Photo credit: Brigitte […]
Continuing my photo series featuring scenic corners of the 604, Maple Ridge is up next. This beautiful area is bordered by the Fraser River to the south, and the Golden Ears and Coast mountains to the north. Pair that with places like Kanaka Creek, Alouette Lake, and Whonnock Lake and you’ve got one picturesque region. […]
During March and April I will be featuring a Cherry Blossom Photo of the Day, sourced from the Miss604 Flickr Pool and/or the #Photos604 tag on Instagram. You can barely walk a full block in the city without encountering a photographer capturing this pink blooms — or stopping yourself — so it’s the perfect time […]
There are two tulip festivals on now, within a 2 hour drive of Vancouver, that are splashing valleys and fields with a colourful array of petals. The Skagit Valley Tulip Festival is on all month just south of the border in Washington, and the Tulips of the Valley Festival is on until April 12th (weather […]