Loud ramblings of a Software Artisan

Saturday 20 February 2010


On this February 14th 2010, we took a ride on the Aquabus. The Aquabus is one of the various mode of transportation for Vancouver. They run over through False Creek.

For the Olympics and the increased traffic, they apparently brought out the old boat back to the scheduled service. The "Rainbow Hunter", as seen here at the Yaletown marina dock is usually only out in the summer for the mini-cruise for tourists:


This is not the first time I take the Aquabus, but this is the first time I'm on one of the open platforms (Cyquabus, those used to transport bikes) on this route, with a beautiful spring weather. Further down in the trip, approaching Granville Island, with the Burrard bridge ahead:


It also should be not that the Aquabus is pet friendly, unlike buses and the SkyTrain.

Saturday 6 February 2010

Yaletown at night

Yaletown at night seen from the bottom of the Cambie bridge at Spyglass place, Vancouver, BC

Seen a few meters from this.

Vancouver, BC, Canada - February 3rd 2010


Thursday 4 February 2010


Inukshuk along the seawall in Vancouver, BC, around Stanley Park on Christmas day.

Vancouver, BC, Canada - December 25th 2009

Update: it is actually closer to English Bay.


From the Cambie bridge

Taken tonight, from the Cambie bridge in Vancouver, BC toward the science center over False Creek.

Not from the same vantage point as this

Vancouver, BC, Canada - February 3rd 2010