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CenTerm Port of Metro Vancouver, Burrard Inlet, Vancouver, BC, Canada

Vancouver summertime photo review, from Canada Day (2013)

I wrote previously about having spent 16 hours on Canada Day and 120 kilometres on public transport to rediscover parts of my hometown Vancouver. That post included 18 photographs, one photo for every hour, including one each at sunrise and sunset. Below are additional photographs which didn’t go in that post but which still deserve your eyeballs’ gaze.


CenTerm Port of Metro Vancouver, Burrard Inlet, Vancouver, BC, Canada

Metal dinosaurs gather at dawn : CenTerm Port of Metro Vancouver

Vancouver, BC, Canada

Dawn’s light on the downtown skyline

Burrard Inlet, Deep Cove, BC, Canada

Double paddle, 1 of 2 : Deep Cove

Burrard Inlet, Deep Cove, BC, Canada

Double paddle, 2 of 2 : Deep Cove

Lonsdale Quay, North Vancouver, BC, Canada

SeaBus departs Lonsdale Quay for downtown Vancouver

Burrard Inlet, Vancouver, BC, Canada

Burrard Inlet, Lions Gate Bridge

Burrard Inlet, Vancouver, BC, Canada

Up and down the Burrard Inlet water-runway

Steveston, Richmond, BC, Canada

Impromptu trip on the Fraser River: Steveston

Steveston, Richmond, BC, Canada

Waiting for the open sea: Steveston

University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada

Higher learning : University of British Columbia

Robson Square, Vancouver, BC, Canada

Diagonal ends at Robson Square

First (English Bay) Beach, English Bay, Vancouver, BC, Canada

Sunset: azimuth 308 degrees : First (English Bay) Beach

First (English Bay) Beach, English Bay, Vancouver, BC, Canada

Final streaks at dusk : First (English Bay) Beach


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I made all of the photos above on 1 July 2013. This post appears on Fotoeins Fotopress at fotoeins.com as https://wp.me/p1BIdT-3wZ.

8 Responses to “Vancouver summertime photo review, from Canada Day (2013)”

    • fotoeins

      Hi, Trọng Hiền. Thanks for reading and for your comment. Congratulations, too, on publishing your book, “Village Teacher”!

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    • fotoeins

      Hi, Anita. It was a very long but productive day, aided in great part by the beautiful sunny day that was Canada Day. Thanks for reading and for your comment! I look forward to seeing more about your recent Montreal visit with the ladies!

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    • fotoeins

      Hola, Jessica! I’m fascinated by what people find most noteworthy. I like how you singled out the different angles and shapes to the steps at Robson Square. The thing is it’s easy to miss out on something very interesting, especially if one passes things by on a daily basis. I know that happens to everybody (wherever they might live on a long-term basis); for me, it’s “worse” because I might be blind to the things I know because I was born and raised in Vancouver. But on Canada Day, I tried to step “outside” of that mindset. Thanks again for reading and for your comment!

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