Just as we thought the rain was here to stay and our pumpkin patches would get washed out, we’ve had a spectacularly warm October with technicolour sunsets, bright moons in the night sky, and early fall outdoor adventures. Before that rain does indeed creep in for the weekend, I have this week’s selection of photos […]
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In Vancouver we’re no strangers to rain drops, whether they are pelting down on our umbrellas or misting sideways through the thick green branches of the nearest Douglas Fir. There is one rain drop that does get more attention than others, however and it’s simply called: The Drop. This giant polyurethane-over-EPS sculpture by inges idee […]
Before the rain came, before the Gore-Tex was dusted off, before shorts were traded for pants, these photos captured the last moments of summer in Vancouver. Thanks to all those who have shared their wonderful photos of the region this week with the Miss604 Flickr Pool and #Photos604 on Instagram. Vancouver Photos of the Week […]
When the S.S. Beaver ran aground in 1888, Prospect Point was known as Calamity Point. The accident followed years of shipping mishaps caused by rocks and strong tidal currents. Three months later a light was established, just four days after Stanley Park itself was established. Photo credit: Ted McGrath on Flickr The first light was […]
During our was our first visit to Portland I searched online to find the best viewpoints in the Rose City. Not knowing the lay of the land aside from what we’ve seen on 2D Google Maps, John and I like to get above our destination to get a feel for its geography. I found Five […]
Even though the season is changing, construction cranes swing overhead, and rush hour traffic continues to flow over our many bridges, it’s as though the pause button has been hit on Vancouver’s gloriously sunny summer. The kids aren’t back in school just yet, patios are overflowing with patrons, and beaches are peppered with swimmers and […]