My early morning hike in Stanley Park gives me the pleasure of admiring the fresh colors of spring. This picture and the next brings out the contrast with the colors. The blue sky is the sharp contrast with both shots and enhances the other smoother colors.
The following three shots show that City of Vancouver has focused on maintaining part of the natural landscapes next to Olympic Village. This shot is facing E with Stadium on the left and Port of Vancouver's container cranes showing up in the background. This is facing W with Yaletown behind Cambie Street Bridge. False Creek is home to several marinas and moored visiting boats, as well as small ferries connecting many stopovers on the north and south shores. There are plen
These three photos are views from Olympic Village on the Southern part of False Creek and was built specifically for lodging for participants in the Olympic Winter Games in 2010. I kick myself for not buying a condo with breath taking views, when the City of Vancouver put the it up for sale. This shot is facing N with Stadium in the centre. This is facing E with Science World in the centre, which was built for Expo 86, which completely changed the industrial developments on
Friends of Christine and mine that are visiting us have noticed the view corridors and wish that their city administration had though and implemented the same with some of their streets. This is Burrard St from W. Georgia Street and you see North Vancouver in the background and snow capped mountains. This is Granville Street at the intersection with W. Georgia St.In the background is North Vancouver. This is Bute St. and the intersection with W. Granville St. In the backgro
Along the road at Ochoco Divide in the Ochoco Mountains, OR we found lots of these colors. This is at the Clairno State Park with John Day River in NorthWest side of the John Day Fossil Beds National Monument
Strawberry Range, near John Day, OR. Two pictures along Hwy 26. John Day River, near Dayville, OR. We had mostly rain on our drive from Baker City to Bend, OR, but the bushes along the river and the green fields put some color into a dull day.