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Olympic anniversary on Granville

On the Olympic anniversary, photographer Willem Betts captured unusually beautiful street shots.

Happy New Year, Vancouver

Where were you New Year's Eve 2010? We celebrated at The Cultch's burlesque show. Then, off to a dance party at the Waldorf, where we caught up with a certain city councillor. In another part of the...

2010 Olympics: a look back

Last winter, Vancouver played host to the Olympic games. The experience, both the good and the bad, will be etched on the heart of the city for years to come.

The Winter Solstice Lantern Festival lights up the night

On the longest night of the year, Vancouverites gathered to celebrate darkness and light at the 17th annual lantern festival.

Remembrance Day: their hope is ours

They sacrificed their bodies and their souls. For speech, expression, religion and love. A better life...

Best of Halloween from VO Flickr pool

The spooky and the sublime from our Vancouver Observer Flickr pool.

Richmond views through Clayton Perry's Canon EOS-1D Mark III

This photo was taken on October 4, 2010 in Steveston Waterfront, Richmond, BC, CA, using a Canon EOS-1D Mark III by Clayton Perry.  He calls it: Sunset over the ruins.   Here is his photo...

White sails

The white sails of Canada Place contrast against the clear blue sky.

Grey Day

Walking around Stanley Park on a grey day. The sulfur pile seems to stand out even more on such a monochromatic background.

YVR Ceiling

I have always loved the ceiling of the domestic terminal at the Vancouver airport. It's always better to look up than at the waiting line. By 2010, YVR is expected to top 20 million passengers...
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