The sidewalks are sprinkled with salt, puddles are frozen, and toques are abundant. It’s a chilly start to December in Vancouver as the sun shines and festive holiday activities keep us busy. This week’s collection of photos from the Miss604 Flickr Pool all provide glimpses of life on the West Coast over the past week, […]
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It’s a sculpture as old as I am but thanks to the magical sharing power the internet and Flickr photos, it seems a new angle and new perspective of Gate to the Northwest Passage is captured almost every day. Installed at Vanier Park in Kitsilano back in 1980, this square, metal frame, with bottom ends […]
There’s something special about this time of year in Vancouver. Leaves have fallen from the trees, waves crash on sparsely populated beaches, and cold air bites through our top layers signalling a switch from rain shell jackets to pea coats. You can see your breath in the morning and snow caps on the local mountains […]
I started my Vancouver Icons Photo Series a few years ago to showcase photos taken of popular landmarks, buildings, places, and statues around Metro Vancouver. However, there are so many great themes that appear in the Miss604 Flickr Pool that do not necessarily associate with the exact same place so I have decided to do […]
Life in Vancouver can breeze by so quickly sometimes, one minute we’re enjoying free outdoor movies in Ceperley Meadow and the next the Robson Square ice rink is open for skating. We’re pretty good at slowing things down though, when it comes to a lunch break outside the Vancouver Art Gallery, a stroll on the […]
November so far has been foggy, soggy, and dark thanks to early sunsets however, in true “Vancouver” fashion, there are moments of sunshine and brightness that remind us so often that this is why we live here. This week’s collection of photos from the Miss604 Flickr Pool all provide glimpses of life on the West […]
For my archive photo collections I would normally reach way back into the 1880s, around the time when the City of Vancouver was established, however that’s not the case this week. Thanks to a suggestion from Keira-Anne, the ‘Archive Photos: Vancouver in the 80s’ I’m focusing on will be the 1980s, taking a glimpse at […]