We are so proud to call Vancouver our home 🏡 a place where nature and civilization perfectly coexist 💙
Some streets in Vancouver during spring are simply magic.
The Woodward's Building is one of our favourites. It is located in Gastown.
Beautiful details that you encounter while 🚶🏻around Kits.
This street sculpture is located in Olympic Village, a district that was specially built for the 2010 Winter Olympics.
BC Place Stadium seen from one of the adjacent streets. Construction for the retractable roof began in May 2010 shortly after the close of the 2010 Winter Paralympics. The structure was a bit controversial but we actually think it adds a lot more character to the stadium.
If you happen to be around during spring time, heading to Abbotsford Tulip Festival is definitely a good idea. You'll need to go super early though if you want to take pics without people around.
Ready, Set, Go! A seaplane tour is still in our bucket list, hopefully when we do it we will have a beautiful clear day to spot some wild fauna around Vancouver area.
You can visit Stanley Park any day of the year and it will still be beautiful. When it's sunny, the bikers and joggers are out around the seawall. When it's rainy, the little racoons come out and play.
Always inspired by nature.
City skyline seen from Lonsdale Quay Market.
We have always been fans of bridges, but Lions Gate in Vancouver tops our list.