A can for cigarette butts
The Skytrain is fully automated. No driver.
Sunny day in Vancouver in December.
Surf Scuter duck. They feed on clams.
They are all swimming in close to shore during low tide to dive for clams.
The white duck you see is a long tail.
Looks like Brandt’s Cormorants
Take a walk along the waterfront
All the waterfront condo towers keep the south harbour shoreline in shade. This happens in some parts of Marina Park in the summer evenings.’
The edge of Stanley Park
American Wigeon duck.
Another case of a beaver outsmarting a human
And another case of a beaver outsmarting a human
Obligatory shopping cart photo…Yes, even in Vancouver.
Going to the Cirque de Soleil
No cameras allowed inside. Just as well. You would miss too much of the spectacular show looking through your camera’s viewfinder. If you ever get a chance to attend one of Cirque’s tent shows, I highly recommend it. Spring for the more expensive seats as there are no obstructions.
Buildings look like Christmas trees.
The train station. If your heading out on VIA, this is the place where you want to go.
End of Day 2
Another sunny day. Interesting trash
For those who do not understand what the word “Exit” means.
Ferraris on display in the mall. The hood of a red one.
The hood of a black one.
Christmas Eve shoppers in Oakridge Shopping Mall.
On our way to the Bloedel Conservatory
View from the observatory grounds.
Fake snow people. In Thunder Bay, these would be smashed to pieces.
Inside the conservatory, its summer.
This is my buddy. I made some chirping sounds and the bird came running and jumped onto my shoulder.
Not sure what bird this guy is.
Female Eclectus Parrot
Yellow Crested Cockatoo?
Could be a White Cockatoo
Parrots come in all sizes and colours
Get your picture taken here if you want
Strange looking branches.
A market at the Nat Bailey Stadium
More electric buses.
Memorial for Chinese Canadians who contributed to the growth, vitality and prosperity of Canada.
End of Day 3