Posts Tagged ‘Canada’
Here’s part two of my graffiti photos from my trip to Vancouver. Again, these photos were taken with a Canon 5D with a Canon 24-105mm f/4 L IS lens.
Vancouver Canada has some of the best urban graffiti that I’ve seen in a long time. I’ve always enjoyed street art for its vitality, color, emotion and design. While in Vancouver three months ago, I made it a habit to prowl the Gas Town area at sunrise. At that time of the day, the light adds a glow to photographs. Three photos show some of the best representations of street art that I saw while there. Will post others later.
These photos were shot with a Canon 5D and Canon 24-105mm f/4 L IS lens.
A couple of weeks ago, I spent a few days in Vancouver, British Columbia. As luck would have it, my friend Remy arrived the day I left. She spent a great holiday in Vancouver and further east, to the Canadian Rockies. These are some of the GREAT photos that she took. Spectacular scenery. Enjoy!
Vancouver was so picturesque, I’ve got more photos!
Granville St in Vancouver BC is a great street to walk. From the area of the Pan Pacific Hotel on one end to the ferry dock for Granville Island at the other, there is a lot to see. Near the Pan Pacific end is Gas Town with its historic buildings. But try walking up the hill along the Granville St route. You won’t be disappointed.
Sitting here having a light breakfast and I have to say that the lounge is quite nice. Spacious with good sightlines in all directions. At this time of day there are hardly any customers so that makes it even nicer.