It's all About Spooning

Comments 2 by Rebecca Bollwitt

Maybe it was the garbage strike, maybe it was just too nice a night to sit about in a giant crowd, but there were certainly fewer people out on the beaches tonight. It was the kickoff of the HSBC Celebration of Light and Spain did a pretty good job of making the crowds ooh, ahh and applaud the colourful display in the sky.

John and I were lucky enough to meet up with our pals Corinna and Adam, walk on over to Keira’s then camp out at Duane’s for a bit before heading down to Sunset Beach. The reason for us all coming together like that was this evening’s special guest star, Tony, who really should spend more time in Vancouver, who was accompanied by Robyn. Good times had by all, lots of laughter and good spirits. I needn’t really say more because as always, there are photos to back this up.

Corinna, Rebecca, Keira – Original by Keira on Flickr

Robyn, Tony Photo credit: Duane on Flickr

Tony, Rebecca, Keira – Photo credit: Keira on Flickr

View Keira’s photoset from the night

Fireworks – Photo credit: Duane on Flickr

View Duane’s photoset from the night

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  1. Tyler IngramThursday, July 26th, 2007 — 7:40am PDT

    Tell your buddy Duane his photos of the fireworks are amazing! I’ve missed the fireworks last year and it looks like I’ll be missing them again this year 🙁

  2. MaseyThursday, July 26th, 2007 — 9:42am PDT

    Saw your article in 24hours Rebecca. Best of luck for Saturday – sounds like you’re going to be pretty busy. Duane’s photos are great – always good to see photos taken from different perspectives (and in Duane’s case angles). I was actually on the bridge snapping last night – didn’t think it was as good as last year, but maybe Team Canada can remedy that on Saturday night eh?

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