Vancouver

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Images of Vancouver by Eagle Feather Photography



Point Grey House

Down Town from Point Grey

Vancouver Public Library

Vancouver Public Library

Queen Elizabeth Park

Queen Elizabeth Park

False Creek

Down Town

Down Town

False Creek

False Creek

Burrard Bridge

Lionsgate Bridge

Horseshoe Bay

From Mount Seymour

Steam Clock

Planetarium

False Creek

False Creek

From North Vancouver

False Creek

From North Vancouver

False Creek

Steam Clock

Kitsilano

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Vancouver is British Columbia's biggest city and the largest city in Canada west of Toronto. It's less than 20 miles over the U.S.-Canadian border and about 2 1/2 hours from Seattle by car.
But the city is far enough north and distant enough from the urban centers of eastern Canada that sometimes—and especially when the lowering sun throws the glinting glass facades of downtown
into relief against the craggy escarpment of the surrounding Coast Mountains—it feels like an exotic glittering island afloat at the end of the earth. The glitter has increased exponentially in recent years.
An influx of new money (much of it from Asia) and a hectic building boom have transformed the town. For residents, this means a constant struggle to engineer a brave new city without losing the old one's natural charm.

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