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Time Lapse of False Creek Vancouver

BC Place Stadium

[post_thumbnail]Today I spent the afternoon walking around the seawall in front of Concord Pacific. I captured several photos from a few different locations and turned it into a time lapse of False Creek. The scenes include views of the Cambie Street Bridge, Science World, BC Place Stadium and the Olympic Village. (more…)

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Gastown in Vancouver, BC

Gastown, Vancouver

[post_thumbnail]Gastown was named after “Gassy” Jack Deighton, a Yorkshire seaman who arrived in 1867 to open the area’s first saloon. The town soon prospered and became the general centre of trade and commerce on the Burrard Inlet in downtown Vancouver, BC. Gastown is coated with ancient cobblestone streets and full of unique old buildings with…

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2011 Photographs – A Year in Review

Daisy

[post_thumbnail]2011 was full of wonderful surprises and here are some of my favourite moments. There were so many more so please take a look at the rest of the Traveling Moments blog or view my flickr page. I have also put together a time lapse of the sunset on January 1st 2012. A great moment…

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Trains – North Vancouver, BC

Train Cars

[post_thumbnail]Trains are very common all over Vancouver however they are mainly used to transport goods across the country. Trains are one of the most expensive ways to travel in Canada which is why you seldom see trains carrying passengers. These trains are located in North Vancouver near the refinery in lower Lonsdale. (more…)

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Shipwrecked After Vancouver Wind Storm

Shipwrecked

[post_thumbnail]A windstorm hit the coast of Vancouver and other areas yesterday with gusts of up to 61km per hour. I would suspect stronger than that as it was difficult to keep my balance while walking along the shoreline and the waves were much larger than usual. The shoreline was littered with debris along with 2…

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