Scenes from Vancouver

Vancouver really comes alive in summertime, when the longer days really make the city shine. I had fun photographing the architecture and the landscapes during out short stay. 

Vancouver is currently celebrating public art by creating many different murals around the city. This one is located at Burrard and Georgia St. and is called the "Earth Justice" mural. It is 10,000 square feet and 20 stories tall.  

The Rogers Arena with the setting sun always makes a pretty picture. 

I love the architecture on West Hastings St. in downtown. 

Check out this awesome building along Cambie St. The garden on top is really something. 

The Vancouver Lookout always adds so much to my photos of downtown Vancouver! 

Before checking out of the Pan Pacific hotel in Vancouver, we walked around the Coal Harbour area. A huge cruise ship was docked there, making some striking photos. 




This blue sculpture depicts a large and gentle raindrop and is 65 feet tall. It is located by the Convention Centre and is one of the tallest public art works in Vancouver.  

The Volendam Cruise ship was docked right by our hotel. 



It was fun watching the Seaplanes take off in Coal Harbour. 

And finally, this is one of my favorite buildings in Vancouver. Its still pretty new and is called the Vancouver House. The building is very twisty and took over three years to complete. It's Vancouver's 4th tallest building. You can find it on 1480 Howe St. 

That's all for my Vancouver posts this time! I feel like we did a lot in a day and half and I'm happily surprised I got eight blog posts out of it. We know the city quite well after so many visits and its a lot easier to get around now.

Thanks for having us, Vancity, and we'll see you next time!

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