Coal Harbour Vancouver

WPC: Tour Guide


 
When you walk the Seawall around Stanley Park in Vancouver you will enjoy one of the great city walks of the world. These photos taken on the last day of 2017 on a perfect end-of-the-year sunny Sunday morning show some of the sites you will see as you walk, jog, cycle or rollerblade the 8 kilometre pathway: the majestic totem poles at Brockton Point; Lions Gate Bridge with its backdrop of the snow-covered North Shore mountains; Siwash Rock and English Bay; sailboats moored in Coal Harbour; and the gleaming bronze statue of Harry Jerome who represented Canada in the 1960, 1964 and 1968 Olympic Games winning the 100 metre bronze medal in 1964.

As your tour guide welcome to some of the gems of Vancouver.

Weekly Photo Challenge: From Lines to Patterns

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…Photos from a morning walk on the Vancouver Coal Harbour Seawall and through the Vancouver Convention Centre; lines and patterns at every turn. For those of you who have followed my blog on our travels to Machu Picchu under the heading “machupicchucountdown” you will see my header and title have now changed. Our Peruvian adventure now over it’s time for a new beginning, with more to come, and an ever-changing palette. For those of you visiting for the first time, a special welcome; I hope you’ll come again…