Royal Vancouver Yacht Club's marina and the bridge to Deadman Island. The heavy cloud cover started to lift with sign of sunlight as in the next photo. What a difference. 30 minutes later the clouds are moving away and the sun is breaking through
Not many had been walking on the Seawall yesterday morning, when the dogs I got down there. It shows the amount of snow we got over night. The clouds were moving away quite rapidly. Take a look at the second picture. See what sunshine can do to brighten up the view of Coal Harbour from Vancouver Rowing Club. Part of the reflections is blurred because of thin ice.
A view from the bridge at Devonian Park towards West End It was 06:15am and I was one of the first on the Seawall this morning and the dogs enjoyed playing in the snow. The next picture is also from the bridge. A view of Coal Harbour with Vancouver Rowing Club in the background. We had a real snowfall last night and the scenery was a dream for a photographer. I will over the next days have a few pictures that I took this morning. It shows how beautiful Vancouver is.
I could not sit still at my desk any more and watch the great weather - sunshine and above freezing. My two dogs (Chase & Cruz) and I took off in the afternoon to Stanley Park. On the way home we had this panorama shot of the West End with the Blue Heron in the front.
The West End Vancouver is subject to major construction. In less than two weeks, a whole block on Davie Street had all commercial and residential buildings torn down. Three major high rises will be built; one is also under construction across the street. The new high rises will be between 22 and 28 stories high. Barclay Manor was built in 1902 and many other similar buildings were constructed in the West End in the early 20th century. The tall building in the background i