Cool Vancouver BC images

Some cool Vancouver BC images:

Grey Whale
Vancouver BC
Image by mezzoblue
Not a log, I assure you, but that’s the best I could do. It surfaced less than 20 meters in front of me.

I’d flippantly say hey, that’s BC for you, but even here that’s just simply not heard of.

English Bay, Vancouver, BC
Vancouver BC
Image by JamesZ_Flickr
Taken this evening from the Burrard Street Bridge


15 Responses to “Cool Vancouver BC images”

  1. adamsentz says:

    Spectacular! This sort of thing never happens in Moscow, ID.

  2. luxuryluke says:

    Cool shots!

  3. iano50 says:

    Wonderful display of Vancouver’s beauty. Your shot is worthy of a magazine cover.

  4. JamesZ_Flickr says:

    Well thank you very much! It was just the perfect lighting conditions this evening as I was crossing the bridge. I hoped I’d get lucky with the shot and it appears I did.

  5. Jason & Scott says:

    You are invited to add this image to http://www.flickr.com/groups/seeninvancouver
    Please tag this photo with Seen in Vancouver when you add it to the pool.

  6. Tom At Wolfson says:

    top notch James

  7. achiu says:

    Nice composition!

  8. rustyrootdown says:

    great light

  9. troutwerks says:

    Beautiful…..amazing light.

  10. Umesh G says:

    hi James gr8 shoot Excelent time i like the very well blance let
    me intros. my self aim umesh goswami chief photojouns. frm India no business managing my basic assigmnt. to shoot india top businees persnt. day to day me some thing difrnt. pic.wich looking
    very good keepit up be in touch. all the best.
    Regards.
    umesh
    email. umeshgoswami7@rediffmail.com

  11. gardenblackwash says:

    what a beautiful city

  12. Il etait une fois says:

    I’d love to see these for myself !

  13. Gord McKenna says:

    Hi, I’m an admin for a group called English Bay (Vancouver), and we’d love to have this added to the group!

  14. M.Bohm Photography says:

    well done! gorgeous colors…

  15. Chun@Vancouver says:

    This is superb!!! I simply can not image this is done by a P/S camera, another brilliant example that the person behind the lens matters.