Vancouver as it usually looks: overcast, mountains, industry, water, trees.
That brief period when everything glows.
At sunset, the world is simultaneously calm and vibrant.
Vancouver’s harbour on an early fall morning.
Coal Harbour is a busy place, especially for boats and bikes and planes and pedestrians.
Magic hour is when the sun sets or before it rises. The reddish, indirect light makes everything seem more vibrant.
Lion’s Gate bridge bracketing downtown Vancouver at night.
Some early mornings make Vancouver seem like the most magical place on earth.
This painting shows a late-spring morning when Burrard Inlet is calm and the commuters haven’t started bustling yet.
This restless scene is characteristic of Vancouver itself. It’s an active city.
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