Farewell Cascadia (for now) - a photo dump
In the end of January I moved away from Greater Vancouver, BC, and while
I hope to return some day the future is open. I think the Pacific
Northwest will always have a very special place in my heart.
Anyway, while checking through my phone I found (as one does) a bunch of photos.
Most were taken in or around North Vancouver during Summer 2015. Playing
around with them I decided to see if I could put together a small photo
essay of that time.
Not sure if I succeeded, but enjoy.
Figure 1: Vancouver sometime summer 2015.
Figure 2: Not a bad place to spend a few years. Anyway you look at it.
Figure 3: The weather is temperamential.
Figure 4: Sometimes there’s a storm.
Figure 5: The occasional forest fire…
Figure 6: It often rains.
Figure 7: But then, the sun comes out.
Figure 8: or sets.
Figure 9: It is a city of glass…
Figure 10: and trees.
Figure 11: Of mountains…
Figure 12: and sea.
Figure 13: There are things to do.
Figure 14: Hacking bicycles and the city.
Figure 15: Books and beverages.
Figure 16: Work…
Figure 17: and play.
Figure 18: Summer lunch with friends.
Figure 19: New things to learn,
Figure 20: Explore,
Figure 21: And experience.
Figure 22: A trip…
Figure 23: with BC ferries…
Figure 24: to Gibsons…
Figure 25: and the Sunshine Coast.
Figure 26: For a swim.
Figure 27: Salmon runs.
Figure 28: I lived in North Vancouver.
Figure 29: Across from downtown’s shining skyline.
Figure 30: Near where the seabus leaves.
Figure 31: Perhaps things move at its own speed on the North Shore.
Figure 32: More at rest.
Figure 33: But it is a bustling place,
Figure 34: on summer nights.
Figure 35: Ships were built and repaired here.
Figure 36: The tug boat is my spirit animal.
Figure 37: The North Shore is not as big and busy as Downtown.
Figure 38: But it has it own charms…
Figure 39: and surprises.
Figure 40: The majestic Lions Gate Bridge…
Figure 41: connects the North Shore…
Figure 42: with Stanley Park and Vancouver.
Figure 43: I walked the shores.
Figure 44: On both sides of that bridge.
Figure 45: As long active days…
Figure 46: turned into calm evenings.
Figure 47: Watching the sun set…
Figure 48: into the Pacific.
Figure 49: And the moon rise.
Figure 50: Then winter arrived and it was time to leave.
Figure 51: But one is always welcomed back.
Title: Farewell Cascadia (for now) - a photo dump
First published: 2016-04-01 10:29:49+00:00
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