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27 majestic photos of King Tides in Metro Vancouver

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DH Vancouver Staff Jan 08, 2018 12:15 pm 1,817

The winter weather brings cold temperatures and wet conditions to the West Coast. It also brings King Tides to the shores of coastal cities in the Lower Mainland, including Vancouver.

King Tides are extreme high tides that happen twice a year when the sun and moon’s gravitational forces reinforce one another.

And this past weekend, those forces were on full display, as water levels rose throughout the region, from Yaletown to Port Moody.

Residents who went for walk near the water shared their shots on social media.

Here are 27 photos of the King Tides in Metro Vancouver this past weekend.

#kingtide#crescentbeach

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Bird shit bench! #kingtide #rockypoint #adventure

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#kingtide

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#kingtide

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#stairs #kingtide

A post shared by Joel (@hashtagstairs) on

#yaletown #kingtide #flood #ducks #ducksinarow

A post shared by Blair Campbell (@blair.campbell) on

Watching water rise & fall back #kingtide #vancouver #therhythmofthetides

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#kingtide

A post shared by Jeff Cutler (@shrubadub) on

#Kingtide #portmoody #Vancouver

A post shared by Sandra Niven (@sandranivenpomo) on

#Kingtide #portmoody #Vancouver

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#kingtide aka perigean spring tide. #falsecreek, #vancouver. @marcy.langille

A post shared by Chris Gilbert (@risto_photo) on

#kingtide #vancouverisawesome #kitsilano #iphonephotography

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