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Canada150, Canada Day 2017, Vancouver, BC, Canada, fotoeins.com

Canada Day 150: the 5th annual marathon (2017)

Featured: Of the 150 people to become new Canadian citizens, 3 of the youngest Canadians cut into the cake for the cameras on Canada’s 150th birthday at the Citizenship Ceremony held inside the Vancouver Convention Centre.

For the 5th consecutive year, I’m out and about on the Canadian national holiday. 2017 is a special year with the sesquicentennial or 150 years as a nation. Over a “marathon” lasting 16 hours from about 5am to 9pm, I’m going from one part of Vancouver to another of the metropolitan area to photograph people and locations dressed up or covered in red; many events are happening on the city’s waterfront at Canada Place.

Here are 17 photographs for Canada Day, 1 July 2017.

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Canada Day 2016, Canada Place, Vancouver Convention Centre, Vancouver, BC, Canada, fotoeins.com

16 for 16: 4th consecutive Canada Day, Vancouver (2016)

Canada Day, 1 July 2016.

For the 4th consecutive year, I’m out and about on the Canadian national holiday for a few hours to photograph people and surroundings in my birthcity of Vancouver. Unlike past years, I’ve stayed entirely within the vicinity of Canada Place and the city’s Convention Centre. For this 2016 edition, here are 16 shots with an abundance of red and white. Enjoy!

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Canada Day 2015, Canada Place, Vancouver Convention Centre, Vancouver, BC, Canada, fotoeins.com

3rd edition: 16-hour Canada Day marathon in Vancouver (2015)

Canada Day 2015.

16-plus hours, over 200 kilometres on the road, over 560 frames made.

For the 3rd consecutive year, I’ve embarked on another marathon to photograph some of the places and activities during Canada Day in the greater Vancouver area. In this 2015 edition, I’ve collected 20 photographs throughout the holiday, including photographs at sunrise and sunset. This year’s marathon follows my effort last year (2014) and the debut effort in 2013.

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Sunrise over Burrard Inlet : Vancouver, BC, Canada - 1 July 2014, fotoeins.com

Fotoeins Friday: First light on the 1st of July

At a latitude of 49 degrees North, Vancouver gets a lot of light from the early morning hour during the summer. If you stay up all night, you’ll watch the dusk’s glow diminish in the northwest, a faint glow hover over the entire length of the northern horizon, and dawn’s glow strengthen towards sunrise in the northeast. I awoke at 415am, headed out by 445am, and arrived on foot at the waterfront by Burrard Inlet by 515am. The morning sky continued to brighten until the moment the rays of the sun climbed up and over the North Shore mountains. Over on the right, the sails from Canada Place and the cranes from the CenTerm port facility reach high into the sky, as if by sheer reach they’re commanding the high wispy cirrus clouds to break apart for the big bright summer sun.

I made this photo at 545am to begin my 16+ hour marathon to photograph parts of the greater Vancouver area on Canada Day (1 July 2014).

I made the photo above on 1 July 2014. This post appears on Fotoeins Fotografie at fotoeins.com as https://wp.me/p1BIdT-5nc.

Kitsilano Beach, Vancouver, BC, Canada - 1 July 2014, fotoeins.com

Another 16-hour Canada Day marathon in Vancouver (2014)

The forecast called for a hot mostly sunny day to celebrate Canada’s national holiday on the 1st of July. It’s another invitation to continue exploring my birthplace here in Vancouver, British Columbia. Spanning a period of 16-plus hours including sunrise and sunset, I’ve collected 20 photographs among 100 kilometres (60 miles) of travel throughout the region. This year’s marathon follows last year’s debut effort.

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