The Ironworker’s Bridge set against the Lions Mountains.
Panoramic view of Vancouver’s Downtown East Side. Some elements have been exaggerated.
Vancouver’s harbour on an early fall morning.
Coal Harbour is a busy place, especially for boats and bikes and planes and pedestrians.
Burrard Inlet with turbulent rainbow waters.
Magic hour is when the sun sets or before it rises. The reddish, indirect light makes everything seem more vibrant.
The saturation of rain in Vancouver combined with certain lighting effects often gives the city a Monet-like aura.
The Red Bridge was built before the mass production of automobiles; you can tell when driving over it.
Lion’s Gate bridge bracketing downtown Vancouver at night.
Kids used to jump off the top of that bridge into the high river every summer.
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