The Old District of Vancouver.
The statue of "Gassy" Jack the founding father of Gastown. This settlement grew up quickly around the original tavern established by "Gassy" Jack and was later named Vancouver.
Here stood the old maple tree under whose branches the pioneers met in 1885 and chose the name Vancouver for this city.
Vancouver is very diverse ethnically. 52% of its population do not speak English as their first language and almost 30% of the city's inhabitants are of Chinese heritage.
Granville Island. Vancouver's Camden.
The food market on Grandville Island.
Granville Street Bridge.
View of the city from Grandville Island.
Stanley Park is a 404.9 hectare urban park more than 10% larger than New York City's Central Park.
Totem Poles in Stanley Park.
Totem poles may recount familiar legends, clan lineages, or notable events and contrary to common belief they were never objects of worship.
Downtown Vancouver as seen from Stanley Park.
Lion's Gate Bridge. Living on the ocean surrounded by snow-capped mountains, this is Vancouver.
Kitsilano Beach in South Vancouver.
Two beautiful accounts of WW2 Vancouver.
Jericho Beach in South Vancouver.
Vancouver Art Gallery.
Granville Street the main entertainment area in Vancouver.
The Vogue Theatre on Granville Street.
That morning, living Vancouver and Canada on my way to Seattle for The States, at the corner of Grandville Street and 16th Avenue, an entirely untimely and unplanned collision happened.
Treated at St. Paul's Hospital for wrist sprain. America on stand by...
Soundtrack: Bob Dylan, You Ain't Goin Nowhere (a song he recorded while recuperating from his motorcycle accident in the middle 60's)