Vancouver in the Winter Fog

False Creek Seawall

Vancouver recently lay under cover of fog for days. This prompted me to grab my camera to find out what could be captured of such mysterious atmospheric conditions. I ventured out into Stanley Park with a tripod one night only to discover that there really isn’t any light to work with. I couldn’t discern the skyline through the thick mire. In fact, I could hardly even see a few meters in front of me. I called that mission off and headed out the next day over Burrard Bridge, around False Creek, and back to the West End by way of Gastown. This time I did not bring a tripod—hence the grainy quality of some of these later photos, all of which were shot by hand with a fixed 35mm lens.

Gull In The Fog
West End Fog
Perched On The English Bay Inukshuk
Old Bones
Burrard Fog
Coal Harbour After Dark
Reflections In False Creek
Terminal Night
Chinatown Plaza
Gastown In The Fog
Gastown In The Fog
Tourist Clock
Purple Haze

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