Vancouver Night Photo Walk

I haven’t had the chance to get out and take some shots at night around Vancouver for a very long time. But thanks to this bizarre dry and freakishly warm (well 6 degrees celsius anyway) weather, I was able to “down tools” at work this afternoon and head straight out over the Granville Street Bridge to have a bit of a poke around down town.

The city is really starting to buzz (it’s about time) with only 20 days left now until the 2010 Winter Olympics Opening Ceremony. Olympic branding is appearing all over the place and there’s little make-shift tents and beer halls popping up all around the place.

I’ll cover some of the major events and attractions that are grabbing my attention in future Blog entries, but in the meantime, here’s just a few shots I took while out tonight.

The rings from the edge of Stanley Park.

The rings from the edge of Stanley Park.

One of the Vancouver Art Gallery's guarding lions.

The Bay.

The Convention Centre sails all lit up.

Welcome to Vancouver.

Granville Street colour.
Granville Street colour.

Harry Jerome.

Free public ice skating beneath Robson Square.

Looking out over Robson Square towards the Vancouver Art Gallery.


  1. Karen says:

    Masey, lush photos… as usual. Really love the lantern and the buidling shot. I am gathering you used a tripod for all the shots?

    Your photography fan and friend forever,

    Kaz x

  2. Elley says:

    Nice ones! …ahhh night photography is my fave.

    Wish I could have been there with ya.

  3. Jen says:

    We should go for night walk shooting one day 🙂

  4. Cole says:

    Jesus man awesome stuff! That one outside the Bay is really great – love the cars wizzing by!

    Really liking your site man. My favourite Vancouver blog to follow (it is a blog I think hahaha!).


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