Chinatown Shapes and Colours

An expedition to Vancouver’s Chinatown, third biggest in North America, is always quite mesmerizing. Bright colours, bizarre shapes and aggressive odours take over, awaking your curiosity and overcoming your senses. These delicate looking peels are called "sea coconut". Their only resemblance with the fruit is visual, however, since they are really born in the sea…

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Water everywhere

No matter where you look, however far your exploration takes you, water remains. It seems to stabilize the scenery, bringing peace and harmony to urban areas as well as the most deserted corners of the coast line. The Yaletown neighbourhood seen from Granville Island Horseshoe Bay Harbour The Nanaimo Ferry leaves Horseshoe Bay Similar posts:…

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The Golden Hour

Granted, Vancouver in the winter gets her share of clouds and dull skies. But there are still sunny days of pure beauty and on those days, because of the sun’s low path in the sky, the golden hour lasts an eternity… Similar posts: Earth Hour 2009 – Really? The darkest hour Cartwheels over Lesotho –…

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The colors of a city

No matter what time of the day, Vancouver shines. The first two shots were taken from the convenient front window of the Skytrain while I let my hand follow the ride loosely… Similar posts: Fall colors in Vancouver The colors of Victoria Noise and the city The city, some night An afternoon in the City…

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