Its recognizable dome lights our nights with a twinkle, and maybe even a Jack O’Lantern pattern at Halloween. Within its walls we learn about physics, engineering, chemistry, humans, animals, and the rest of the known universe. Science World (at Telus World of Science) is another one of the city’s most-photographed landmarks, by visitors and local […]
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As much as I love the diversity of neighbourhoods in Vancouver, from the quiet oak-lined streets of the West Side to the community parks of Strathcona and the sloped views of Sunset, the West End downtown has been my home for nearly seven years now. I love that I can walk in a block or […]
Yesterday was National Tree Day and this weekend communities around the province are tree day activities. I thought it would be only fitting to have a tree theme for this week’s roundup of photos from the Vancouver Public Library. Bear in mind, most of Vancouver – including and especially downtown – was covered in forest […]
Piping out a steamy tune every 15 minutes, it’s one of the most photographed subjects in Vancouver. While locals may look at it with disdain (since it’s not that old and not even steam-powered), visitors absolutely adore it. On this day in 1977, the Gastown Steam Clock was dedicated and so it’s also today’s Vancouver […]
One day into autumn and the September sun has disappeared. This week’s collection of photos that have been contributed to the Miss604 Flickr Pool celebrate the last days of summer in Vancouver as we coast into a season of pumpkin spice lattes, corn mazes, Halloween trains, and turkey dinners. Photo credit: teflonjedi on Flickr Photo […]
When you think of landmarks on Granville street the Orpheum sign comes to mind along with the Vogue’s marquee and perhaps other standout buildings or neon that have stood the test of time. Now imagine a man, a photographer, being a just part of every day downtown Granville life for more than four decades. Next […]
Ronnie Miranda of Active Computer Services has produced another gigapixel (one billion pixel) image of a Vancouver scene. His latest was captured at the Voices in the Park concert this past weekend. Those who attended can tag themselves and their friends in the image and share on social networks like Facebook and Twitter. You can […]