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|Canadian First Nation Totem Poles in Stanley Park, Vancouver.|
|Canadian First Nation Totem Poles in Stanley Park, Vancouver.
Sulphur mounds at one of the wharves in Vancouver.
|Lions Gate Bridge (centre photo).|
|Vancouver Convention Centre.
Gosh this beginning of May wind is cutting into us.
|Queen Elizabeth Park in Vancouver. This beautifully maintained 52 hectare (130 acre) park is the highest point in the city, at 167m (505 ft) above sea level. From the lookouts, you have a 360 degree view of the Vancouver skyline.|
|A former stone quarry, the park was developed in the 1950s.|
|Looking out from half way up Grouse Mountain, which is 15 minutes from downtown Vancouver.|
|These last 6 photos are panning from left to right of Vancouver.|