It’s been a cold like we haven’t seen for two decades in Vancouver but that didn’t stop anyone from getting out to experience the quintessential “Canadian Winter” we seldom get to enjoy in these parts. Snowshoeing, skiing, ice skating on frozen ponds, sunset snaps on the shores of an ice-filled river. Thanks to everyone who […]
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Trout Lake opened for outdoor ice skating for the first time in 20 years this week, a testament to the cold temperatures experienced across the region. Ringing in 2017 with ice and snow, there are still some intrepid photographers out there capturing the frigid urban beauty of Vancouver. Thanks to those who shared their images […]
A new year has been rung in and while we look ahead to what 2017 might bring, here’s a glimpse at the past to see what our city was like back in 1917. Vancouver in 1917 Thanks to the late, great Chuck Davis for his History of Metropolitan Vancouver that was used as a reference. […]
It was a a White Christmas in many parts of the Lower Mainland, with lights twinkling, toboggans sliding, and some spectacular winter sunsets when the clouds lifted. Thanks to those who shared their images with the Miss604 Flickr Group and #Photos604 on Instagram, here’s a collection of some of my favourites:
Snow – and lots of it – has been the focus of all news, weather, and photography in Metro Vancouver over the last week, putting it in the spotlight for this week’s photo roundup. Thanks to everyone who shared their images with the the Miss604 Flickr Group and #Photos604 on Instagram this week. Vancouver Photos […]