A synecdoche is a part that represents the whole. This is a rainbow of east and west side Vancouver landmarks.
Inversions are an atmospheric metaphor.
There’s a special confluence of festivity when Vancouver gets snow in December.
Industrial structures look gentle and unthreatening in the soft early morning fog.
Predators live on the surplus of others except Vancouver housing doesn’t have any surplus.
Density is a contentious topic in Vancouver.
The York is a success story for everyone who despairs at all the disappearing cultural centers in Vancouver.
Panoramic view of Vancouver’s Downtown East Side. Some elements have been exaggerated.
Main Street, Vancouver, runs down the center of Mount Pleasant, and is often referred to as “Hipster Central.”
Vancouver alleys, whether they are urban gritty or backyard overgrown, are lovely in their roughshod untidiness.
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