It was another eventful year in Vancouver and there were a few photos that captured those moments. Here is our look at some of the more memorable moments captured in photos.
Image by keepitsurreal
This 2,416 square foot, $2.86-million heritage home was listed for sale. Its proximity to the Canada Line means it will ultimately become a multi-family dwelling.
2013 was quite a year for surreal thunderstorms, and they were all captured on camera. What particularly stood out was Ted Morgan’s super-rare shot of a massive double lightning strike below a double rainbow.
Vancouver comes alive during Halloween and one of its most celebrated haunted houses, the Dunbar Haunted House, will be putting the ghosts and ghouls back in their coffins after a decade of haunting Vancouverites. It will be sorely missed come Halloween 2014.
Image by TG Photography (TattoodGuy )
Fogcouver and Fogtober? For almost the entire month of October, Vancouver was covered in fog.
Image: Justin Long
Late in the year, Vancouver was hit was a blast of cold weather and snow.
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Introduced in the summer, the rainbow crosswalk has become a must-see for tourists and locals alike.
An early-morning fire destroys an entire city block. The above is a before and after.
Vancouver’s Ania Korkh went from 78 Twitter followers to more than 6,400 in just two days because she postied a photo of herself mimicking Kate Upton’s pose and then Kate Upton retweets it, the rest is history.
Image: Jessica Wilson via @MarnieWilson
Real life Breaking Bad? Not really, what was at first believed to be a mobile meth lab was actually a gasoline fire.
The appearance of love locks on Vancouver’s Burrard Bridge earlier this year had lovers flocking from all over. The City of Vancouver had another idea: bolt cutters.
A public transit bus to many isn’t the most romantic way to get around, but for one Vancouver couple that is where they found true love.
Image via Vancouver Media Co Op’s Flux Photo
First it was PIDGIN, then they targeted Cuchillo. Restaurant protests in the Downtown Eastside hoped to deliver a message, however, in the end it did very little for the cause.
The world’s first Bitcoin ATM was successfully installed at Wave’s Cafe at Howe and Smithe in Vancouver.
It was a stellar year for the craft beer industry in Vancouver. As it continues to grow, the Craft Beer Market at the Olympic Village stands as a large testament to the industry’s future in our city.