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Summer is the most active seasons for professional and active shutterbugs alike. Thanks to our friends at Future Shop, we had the chance to take a look on location with […]
At Burrard and Alberni.
Steps down to Wreck Beach.
A renegade dance party took over Robson Square this afternoon and went on well into the evening.
More than a thousand Bike Rave participants decorated bicycles and cycled around the city Saturday night for what is touted as your “favourite annual glowtastic mobile dance party on wheels.”
For the second consecutive day, residents and those that were lucky enough to be at the Coal Harbour waterfront at just the right time were treated to a surprise fireworks […]
Manifest Destiny hasn’t happened, yet. A high-aerial fireworks display occurred a little after 10:30 p.m. this evening, just three days after fireworks lit up Coal Harbour for Canada Day.
The view from the top.
The view as seen from Science World.
Well over a hundred thousand spectators watched last night’s Canada Day simultaneous two-barge fireworks display from Coal Harbour in downtown Vancouver and Ambleside Beach in West Vancouver.
Pop-up picnic tables at Jack Poole Plaza.
Blue hour at the marina.
Over the weekend, despite some wet weather, the Vancouver International Busker Fest entertained thousands of people on downtown Vancouver’s Granville Street and the Vancouver Art Gallery plaza.
Vancouverites enjoying the latest public plaza at Robson Square, the underwhelming Urban Reef.
The three cascading waterfalls of downtown Vancouver’s Provincial Law Courts are the most underrated landscape designs by the late architect Arthur Erickson.
Rainbow over False Creek.
Yesterday evening, Make Music Vancouver shut down much of Gastown’s Water Street, transforming it into a series of stages and dance floors.
Lions Gate Bridge at night.
This is how most Vancouverites spent the first weekend of summer.
To celebrate 30 years of performances in front of over 150 million people around the world, Quebec-based Cirque du Soleil put on a fireworks show in Vancouver Saturday night.
The view from The Chief.
East Van and Downtown.
The students at Langara College have combined historical and modern photos of Vancouver in their “Merging Time” project.
Not a Bansky, but a Bansky-esque style painting found the in the outskirts of Lost Lagoon in Stanley Park.
Bicycles, babes and Bomber Brewing. The quintessential East Van summer photo.
On Monday, Cirque du Soleil celebrated its 30th anniversary in the heart of downtown Vancouver. Hundreds of people gathered outside Pacific Centre (Georgia and Howe Streets) to see a free […]