Vancouver II – Tea and the Gang

Vancouver II


For today’s post we are heading back to the city of Vancouver where photographer ueutyi takes us for a different look around this vibrant City.

These photos capture the cityscape of Vancouver, British Columbia as represented by their relative locations. Vancouver, British Columbia is a vibrant city that has a population nearing 2 million. This collection of photos were taken during October 2016 and July 2017 and most of the photos were taken at night, expect the ‘Distance’ and ‘Unique’ shots which were taken during the day as daylight extended and the temperture increased.

What is your favourite place to have a cup of tea? #teawithaview

I would like to enjoy a cup of tea in a cafe somewhere near Canada Place.

Blackout - This photo illustrates Vancouver's most seen landmark--BC Place Stadium that hosted the 2010 Olympics.

Darkness - Also in David Lam Park, this marina provides users a simple access to the city's prized inner harbor--False Creek.

Distance - Located in one of the harder-to-access locations in Downtown Vancouver, this passenger overpass views down Seymour St. with surgical precisions.

Expression - One of the rarer spaces to view the city, as always, expression features Vancouver's western skyline with buildings like Shaw Tower, Shang Ri-la tower clearly seen.

Missing - Taken during a snowy night in the University of British Columbia student recreational village.

Prosper - Taken from a viewing deck. Captures the prospering narrative of Vancouver.

Unique - Taken from a building's roof. A rooftop view disables restraints of windows and doors, giving viewers an unparalled experience with cityscape.

Feature Image Caption: Riverside – In Downtown South’s David Lam Park, these rare Yaletown condos add flavor to Vancouver’s uniform skyline.

All content and photos are copyrighted and credited to ueutyi