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Category: Vancouver

Tucked between ocean and mountains, Vancouver is one of the most extraordinary cities in the world. That’s all.

At the end of a long, rainy winter
March 23, 2007
Photoblogs, Vancouver
The rainy season has been painfully long and persistent this year. Nerves are raw and moral is low. There is, however, usually a good side to all bad things. In this case, it's...
Playing Around False Creek
February 19, 2007
Photoblogs, Vancouver
From home, a 10 minutes walk takes me to the Aquatic Center False Creek Ferries landing. The funny bathtub-looking boats cross False Creek every few minutes headed for various...
February 12, 2007
Photoblogs, Vancouver
What do I do when I miss the underwater realm so much it becomes almost painful? I take a walk to the Vancouver Aquarium, of course. I visit fishes (sic) in cages to forget I live...
February 11, 2007
Photoblogs, Vancouver
This is my new playground, my front backyard. Out for a quick walk at sunset, I strolled along a beach exposed by very low tides. Right across from home is a lonely stone...
Éloge de la fuite en avant
February 4, 2007
Schtroumpfissime, Vancouver
O Sensei Morihei Ueshiba taught that in order to achieve control of a situation – or even one’s life – in a spontaneous yet harmonious way, there should be only forward...
The Fog Seen From Grouse Mountain
February 2, 2007
Photoblogs, Vancouver
The day following my trip to Crescent Beach, I headed up to Grouse hoping to be lucky enough to capture the fog bank from above. After all, "La chance, c'est comme le Tour de...