Archive of posts tagged "Vancouver Fog Photos"
Every January it seems, I do a roundup of photos of Vancouver fog. We start each year covered in low cloud in the city, while up on the local mountains it’s sunny and clear above the pillowy layer. Vancouver is known for its views, which makes fog cover that much more unique, and mysterious, but […]
Every January and October, like clockwork, a blanket of fog moves in. It bubbles up from Burrard Inlet and the Fraser River, shrouds office towers, and we get what social media users dub #Fogcouver. City lights are dulled by the enveloping cloud while streets become eerily quiet and photographers capture beautiful and haunting scenes. Vancouver […]
Vancouver fog photos are always fascinating to browse as we soak in rare views of life outside a wall of cloud that lingers for days. Waterways are covered in a misty blanket, skyscrapers try their best to peek out through the white ceiling, and the city’s bright lights become eerily muted. “Fogcouver” or “Fogmageddon” happens […]
We’re into our second week of fog in Vancouver as a cloudy blanket drapes across the downtown peninsula and surroundings, parting occasionally mid-afternoon to let in a few rays of sunshine before swallowing us up again at night. Foghorns every 60 seconds in the harbour add ambiance (and to some, annoyance), as orange and red […]
Every few years Vancouver gets tucked into winter with a blanket of fog that drapes over the region leaving only the mountain peaks to bask in the sunshine. Back in 2009 I put together a collection of fog photos and given the pea soup streak we’ve had recently, it’s time to compile another featuring photos […]