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Vancouver Icons: English Bay Inukshuk


Saturday, March 2nd, 2013 — 10:04am PDT
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The Inukshuk at English Bay is the focus of many photographs taken by locals and tourists alike. It stars with sunset views, sweeping inlet panoramas, and sparkling fireworks displays. It was the inspiration for the winning logo design for the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics (which wrapped up 3 years ago this week). For this reason and more, it is this week’s Vancouver Icon photo feature:

Inukshuk
Photo credit: TylerIngram on Flickr

Inukshuk Beside English Bay Beach
Photo credit: keepitsurreal on Flickr

Sharing the flame Inukshuk
Photo credit: HereInVancouver & bkang83 on Flickr

Originally part of the Northwest Territories Pavilion during Expo 86, the Inukshuk was moved to its location along the English Bay Sea Wall in 1987.

Inukshuk city Snowy inukshuk
Photo credit: Venture Vancouver & scazon on Flickr

Your mind makes it real Inukshuk Morning
Photo credit: SqueakyMarmot & TylerIngram on Flickr

November Sunset
Photo credit: Clayton Perry on Flickr

Inukshuk at sunset
Photo credit: bkang83 on Flickr

2014-10-01 Vancouver English Bay Inukshuk Long Exposure-1
Photo credit: Michael Schmidt on Flickr

Inukshuk Sunset in English Bay
Photo credit: keepitsurreal on Flickr

Inukshuk Over English Bay
Photo credit: keepitsurreal on Flickr

English Bay Inukshuk
Photo credit: colink. on Flickr

Other Vancouver Icons posts include: Hollow Tree, Hotel Europe, Lions Gate Bridge Lions, LightShed, Granville Bridge, 217.5 Arc x 13′, Canoe Bridge, Vancouver Block, Bloedel Conservatory, Centennial Rocket, Canada Place, Old Courthouse/Vancouver Art Gallery, Dominion Building, Science World, Gastown Steam Clock, SFU Burnaby, Commodore Lanes, Siwash Rock, Kitsilano Pool, White Rock Pier, Main Post Office, Planetarium Building, Lord Stanley Statue, Vancouver Library Central Branch, Victory Square, Digital Orca, The Crab Sculpture, Girl in Wetsuit, The Sun Tower, The Hotel Vancouver, The Gassy Jack Statue, The Marine Building, and The Angel of Victory. Should you have a suggestion for the Vancouver Icons series please feel free to leave a note in the comments. It should be a thing, statue, or place that is very visible and recognizable to the public.

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