English Bay

  • Kits Beach Summertime Afternoon•

    Kits Beach is the perfect tranquility base.

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  • English Bay•

    This English Bay scene contains pertinent symbols: hearts, a tiara, and a “Y” pathway to denote “Yes”.

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  • Feeding Frenzy•

    Siwash Rock looks like a small child tree who wants to wander off into the dangerous unknown.

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  • 4/21 Morning, Unleashed

    The 4/20 celebration in Vancouver is comparable to the Fireworks Festival except with fewer liquor containers and more food wrappers.

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  • Inukshuk

    Vancouver’s 2010 Olympics logo was intended as a world welcome. Locally, it’s more of a pretty insignia for beach volleyball.

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  • Drive-In Theatre•

    Oil tankers and sunsets: there is nothing more symbolic of End of Days.

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  • Granville Island IV•

    This classic Vancouver scene is what you see when you cross the Granville Street bridge.

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  • Kits Point•

    This is a bright rendition of the Kits Point “dog beach” where dogs can swim and frolic.

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  • Inukshuk

    This particular West End landmark and Inuit symbol watches over volleyball players leisurely strollers.

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