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Sunday, August 29th, 2010 — 12:55pm PDT
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After brunch with friends, a 4-hour walk in the park yesterday and 2 hours of kayaking I feel like the poster girl for a West Coast summer. We’ve already had such a fantastic summer in Vancouver and this past week was no exception. From zombie walks to festivals and classic city scenes, if the following Week in Photos showcase is any indication, our summer is far from over.

Skater
Photo credit: The Blackbirdon Flickr
Steveston After The Great Salmon Run 2010
Photo credit: Clayton Perry Photoworks on Flickr
Home
Photo credit: Jody Tayloron Flickr
@ the Vancouver Convention Centre
Photo credit: Mikul on Flickr
(5 of 13)
Photo credit: BC Sports Shooter on Flickr
100 Elvises
Photo credit: Jon Cranny on Flickr
Vancouver Zombie Walk 2010 Vancouver Zombie Walk 2010 Vancouver Zombie Walk 2010
Photo credit: PiscesDreamer on Flickr
Cirque
Photo credit: rbostyle on Flickr
Sunrise Market Roof
Photo credit: wdworden on Flickr
English Bay
Photo credit: popejon2 on Flickr
Take the Bridge to Town
Photo credit: Tom Wiebe on Flickr
PNE Ferris Wheel
Photo credit: Ken Hall on Flickr

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4 comments

  1. photodreamz says:

    Hey, Thanks for putting up my Heron Shot. ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. fotoeins says:

    Beautiful selection, RB; thanks for highlighting Vancouver’s summer thus far.

  3. WT says:

    Where did you kayak? It looked really rough out of English Bay yesterday. I’ve only ever gone out at Deep Cove. Isn’t Vancouver fantastic in the summer. I guess I will have to take up skiing so I appreciate the winters more and drink less ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. Some sweet views of the city, Mademoiselle 604. Thanks for including one of mine in the mix. And you’re right. Sometimes it feels like there’s too much good stuff going on in the city because you’d like to be everywhere.

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