Langley City, and the Township of Langley, are nestled on the edge of where Metro Vancouver meets the Fraser Valley, between the Fraser River and the USA border. Home to the fastest growing population in the region, some mighty fine markets and wineries, and the birthplace of BC, it’s today’s 604 Corners photo feature: Langley, […]
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The most frequent photos I see that have been taken at Porteau Cove include the Milky Way and the Northern Lights, which says something about this Provincial Park, located along the Sea to Sky Highway. When “Porteau” (porte d’eau) is translated from French into English it means “Water’s Gate”. This name dates from 1908 when […]
Founded as the capital of the Colony of British Columbia in 1858, New Westminster is rich in history and with many new developments, it has a very bright future. Located on the banks of the Mighty Fraser River, the Royal City is steeped in culture and industry. Most photos feature the SkyBridge, the historic downtown, […]
It may often be overlooked but Delta, BC is home to some amazing scenery. There’s Boundary Bay Regional Park, Westham Island, Burns Bog, Watershed Park, Tsawwassen, and the George C. Reifel Migratory Bird Sanctuary, along with big skies over farm land and Fraser River sunsets. Delta is today’s 604 Corners photo feature: 12 Dreamy Photos […]
The District of Squamish, BC is the Outdoor Recreation Capital of Canada and one of the most beautiful corners of the “604” region. From the estuary and river channels to slick rocky cliffs, glacial mountain peaks and an incredible gondola, this community embodies the Sea to Sky spirit and is truly a playground for those […]