The Holiday season in Vancouver is a magical time and this year we even had a little bit of snow, sadly it did not stick around for Christmas day. Here are 10 photos capturing the holiday season in Vancouver.
A giant tree illuminates George Wainborn Park in Yaletown.
Image by Jeremy Saunders The giant 50-foot Christmas tree at Jack Poole Plaza.
Image by greatscott94 The Trinity Street Festival is always a great spot to check out during the holiday season.
Image by murasaki725 Robson Square was a hive of activity this holiday season. Free skating at the ice rink brings out the people.
Image by petetaylor The VanDusen Botanical Garden’s Festival of Lights is always a big hit. Afterall, it has 1.4-million lights.
Image by luke.me.up Snow-capped mountains, bustling city lights. Welcome to Christmas in Vancouver.
Image by Alexis Birkill Photography Once again, the Christmas Market had lineups around the block. It’s quickly becoming a holiday tradition in Vancouver.
Image by Cityinsighter Quite possibly the most elaborately decorated building during the holiday season: St. Paul’s Hospital Lights of Hope.
Image by murasaki725 A bunch of Santa’s hit the slopes in Whistler.
More photos: David McColm Photography
Feature Image by Alexis Birkill Photography.
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