An Afternoon on the False Creek Seawall in Downtown Vancouver
Vancouverites caught a break from the grey winter rain this past weekend. The sun made a welcome appearance and the temperatures decided to finally warm up. It seems like spring is finally on its way!
In typical West Coast fashion, we jumped at the opportunity to get outside and enjoy the sunshine by the beautiful Vancouver waterfront. We grabbed our camera and headed to the popular False Creek seawall, home to Science World, the Olympic Village, Rogers Arena (Stadium for our Vancouver Canucks), BC Place (currently getting a needed facelift), the trendy Yaletown community, Granville Island Market and hundreds of our closest friends also outside enjoying a walk, run, bike, kayak, canoe or freshly brewed cup of java.
Here are a few photos from yesterday afternoon
Outriggers in False Creek, BC Place in getting a well needed facelift
View of False Creek and Science World from the Cambie Street Bridge
Canoeing in the calm, clear and cold False Creek waters
In the backdrop, a rainbow Aquabus transports people across the inlet
Yaletown, the trendy and densely populated community located on False Creek
The identical Yaletown architecture creates a distinct and unique city skyline
Portrait of Nicole on the False Creek seawall, BC Place in the backdrop
Boats docked at the harbour in Yaletown
David Lam Park in Yaletown, Downtown Vancouver
Rogers Arena in Downtown Vancouver
Home of the Vancouver Canucks
When was the last time you were a tourist in your hometown?
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