Vancouver Pride Parade 2010 in Photosby
This afternoon we attended the Vancouver Pride Parade along with about 700,000 other people. One of the largest pride parades in North America, I remarked earlier that I hadn’t seen this much joy and high-fiving since the Olympics were in town. The following photos were all taken by John Bollwitt.
One of my favourite floats was the Vancouver Queer Film Festival who re-created the float/parade scene from Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.
Complete with enough beads to go around, the crowd loved TD Bank’s high-energy float.
You can view the rest of John’s photos in his Flickr set and please feel free to add your own to the Miss604 Flickr group.
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Great photos John. Was good to see you two briefly too!
WOW! Great pictures. Fun, color filled and full of life. Im so proud of our city and our culture. We really are beautiful people. Thank You Vancouver.
I remember, my mum said that she would love to watch these types of parades…. She considers it very entertaining….
These are wonderful shots…
Great photos, I was sorry to miss it this year. Ferris Bueller float looked brilliant!
Great Photos! I have my own collection of Gay Pride Photos where I “focus” on close-up of the faces of the Gay Pride Parade. My link to those photos is in my Interface Images online gallery at http://bit.ly/92RQuG
I also have photos of the Dyke Parade at http://bit.ly/9sAlff
Cheers to all!