Yet another photo from the Capilano Suspension Bridge private park. I loved this walk through the treetops, even though I am not a huge fan of heights.
If I were going to take up the gentleman’s sport of yachting, I think the beautiful setting of Stanley Park in Vancouver is just the place I might want to do it.
Vancouver is a city on the water, but more than that it is city in love with the water as it is surrounded by beaches, marinas, seal walls and sea planes.
You don’t have to be hungry to go to the Granville Public Market on Granville “Island” in Vancouver… but it’s not a bad idea.
Canada Place is one of the few buildings left over for the 1986 Vancouver Expo. It started as the Canadian Pavilion at this world’s fair with the intention that it become the ...
Vancouver boasts the world’s “first steam powered clock” in the Gastown neighborhood.
The color in these scene in Vancouver harbor captured me. The red of the tugboat in front of the impossibly yellow mountain of sulfur is the sort of shot I love.
Yet another Vancouver resident wants to welcome you with a kiss. This one is from the collection of totem poles in Stanley Park.
One surprising thing about walking along the coast of Stanley Park in Vancouver is the endless stream of sea planes taking off and landing in the area between Stanley Park and Canada ...