The Grind is a 3 km trail up Grouse Mountain. 3 km may not seem long but the incline makes it feel a lot longer.
A little juxtaposition of some of Vancouver’s primary colors: blue mountains and water, red oil tankers, and yellow sulfur piles.
Some people describe crossing the Capilano suspension bridge as “walking on air.”
Yellow symbolizes sunshine, warmth, summer, and happiness. It also means fear, caution, and toxicity.
The ubiquitous harbour cranes are like dinosaurs flexing across the sky. They make the landscape seem prehistoric.
Harbour Center view with brontosaurus cranes.
View from the top of the Pan Pacific, overlooking Coal Harbour, Stanley Park, and the North Shore.
The Capilano Suspension Bridge is like walking through the forest on stilts.
I have never failed to get dizzy on this ride. That is why it is probably painted a little more swirly than usual.
The gateway to the North Shore and a daily commute – and sometimes frustration – for many.
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