Summer’s back and that means more time spent outdoors, taking in Vancouver’s countless natural wonders. The thing is, you never have quite enough time to snap a picture of each one, which is why you often find yourself on Instagram scouring the latest collections.
That’s where 604Canvas comes in. Once again, it’s back with some of Instagram’s most canvas worthy photos for its #vcbcanvasworthy series. Order any of these right to your front door and have them mounted on your wall at your office or home.
We’ve included nine more images you can experience in person, courtesy of 604Canvas.
“My wife and I were seated having dinner at the Semiahmoo Resort when we saw this beautiful sunset through the giant windows. I quickly ran outside, like many of the other patrons, and took a few pictures. I must have gotten about 10 photos before this sunset quickly vanished. I reviewed my camera roll and found this gem! I recommend everyone take a few moments out of your busy day and take in a sunset with a loved one. Or even hang this beauty in your living room so you always have a sunset to enjoy.”
“Granville Island is a peninsula and shopping district in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. It is located across False Creek from Downtown Vancouver, under the south end of the Granville Street Bridge. The peninsula was once an industrial manufacturing area, but today it is now a hotspot for Vancouver tourism and entertainment. The area has received much acclaim in recent years for its buildings and shopping experience. The area was named after Granville Leveson-Gower, 2nd Earl Granville.”
“White Rock has, what is believed to be, the longest wooden pier in Canada. It is 100 years old, and, with our lengthy Promenade, makes walking a favourite seaside activity. With the real estate boom of the time, the original pier opened in 1914 as a dock for coastal steamships, and with the thought that White Rock might become a major seaport, especially since The Great Northern Railway line arrived here around the same time.”
“An Inukshuk in Vancouver Canada is an Inuit sculpture used for navigational purposes. It appears as an abstract human form with outstretched arms.”
“Originally built in 1889 the Capilano Suspension Bridge and surrounding park has been a North Vancouver tourist favourite for years. After being purchased in 1935 by Mac MacEachran local First Nations were invited to place their totem poles in the park, many of which remain today.”
“Vancouver truly is an urban jungle, and Charleson Park provides the perfect vantage point to admire it’s vibrant beauty.”
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“My name is Tyler Bolivar and my instagram is @visual.individual. Photography is my passion, source of expression and a way to build connections and I’m so grateful for that. Ever since I started sharing my work I’ve been given opportunities and met a whole lot of talented individuals. I could say photography has helped me put myself out there. This photo was taken on a roof in the Yaletown area and edited to achieve a moody, colder look of the city. I captioned it “The Grid” because of Vancouver’s “blocky” apartment building architecture.”
“This is the downtown Vancouver skyline – a shot from North Vancouver’s Waterfront Park.”