This certainly has been a year we are likely not going to forget for a while. For all the bad, there was just as much good - we got a stark reminder of what's important in our lives.
Vancouver is a beautiful city - despite the current coronavirus lockdown (#StayTheFuckHome), the life around us is slowly picking up its natural pace. Trees are blooming and snow from the mountains is slowly going away.
From time to time, it's good to recharge and take time to focus on hobbies.
What's a better way to spend the evening than go to the waterfront?
This weekend we took some time to take the family to Lonsdale Quay.
This is probably the closest Vancouver ever got to looking like Seattle. Take the SeaBus to Lonsdale Quay, and enjoy the beautiful views!
Definitely worth the 20 minute drive from the West End to get to the lookout - not only that, but you get to see all the way into the United States, with Mt. Baker on the horizon.
Today we learned that Vancouver has a beautiful aquarium, smack in the middle of Stanley Park!
Living in Vancouver has a perk - the areas around Vancouver. In the past couple of weeks we got to explore several places that we had hidden in the middle of our TO-DO list, and of course we documented that through photos. This is also happens to be the season for holiday lights, so of course there ended up being quite a few of those shots in our reel.
Vancouver has plenty of surprises in store this time of the year, as it appears!
Ever since my wife and I got to Vancouver, we quickly discovered that the city has many fantastic photo spots, so we started exploring them one-by-one. And what better place is there than my own blog to document those and showcase some of the shots taken?