THE VANCOUVER SNOW FESTIVAL

Vancouver - British Columbia - CANADA



Downtown

A blanket of snow has the tendency to quieten the downtown. It softens many edges. It provides new patterns to notice. At night the reflective power of snow is amazing almost as if one's viewing power and perception is heightened.
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#1 - Frost on turn of the century rooftops
#2 - City Hall
#3 - Inside the Cordova Street Station

#4 - Pacific Center Georgia Street entrance
#5 - Hotel Vancouver
#6 - Christmas Tree in Robson Square
#7 Vancouver Art Gallery
#8 - Is that Rudolph's red nose I see?
#9 - Robson Square
#10 - Robson Square
#11 - All wound up
#12 - Power pole patterns
#13 - Old library building on Burrard
#14 - Pacific Center Georgia entrance
late afternoon
#15 - Granville Street
#16 - Library Square
#17 - A hotel entrance on Burrard
#18 - Robson and Howe
#19 - Thurlow and Robson
#20 - Robson Street
#21 - Robson Street
#22 - Georgia and Granville
#23 - "Bicyclettes de Vancouver"
#24 - Vancouver Art Gallery
#25 - Vancouver Art Gallery
and Robson Square
#26 - Vancouver Art Gallery
#27 - Vancouver Art Gallery
#28 - Get me out of here!
#29 - Together
#30 - On Hastings Street
#31 - Robson Square
#32 - Art on Robson Square
#33 - Howe Street
#34 - Corner Robson and Howe
#35 - Cathedral Place under construction
#36 - Sinclair Centre on Hastings
#37 - Robson Square
#38 - Georgia Street and Hotel Vancouver
#39 - Dunsmuir overpass joining Pacific Center complex north and south
#40 - Pacific Street



Page1 Downtown
Page2 Stanley Park
Page3 West end
Page4 Gastown
Page5 Granville Island &
False Creek
Page6 North Shore
Page7 Lighter Side
Page8 Holiday Lights

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Photographer: Maurice Jassak
Web page design: Maurice Jassak
Images West Marketing
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