Skyline of Vancouver
On our day off we really got lucky regarding the weather. It was a sunny day with a blue sky and temperatures around 75°F. And that shouldn’t be taken for granted looking at the statistics for this beautiful city which - by the way - was ranked consistently as one of the top five worldwide cities for livability and quality of life.
Statistics say that Vancouver has about 169 rainy days a year. Taking that into account you can flip a coin day by day to know how the weather’s gonna be. Although - to be honest - most of it falls during the winter when the “Pineapple Express” - a subtropical wind current from Hawaii - hits Vancouver with it’s warm and humid air masses.
On the other side Vancouver’s general climate in contrast to other major cities and Canada’s average is said to be very mild thanks to the influence of the “Kuroshito-water-current” coming across the pacific ocean from Japan.
Finally on the left you can see the ship cruise terminal which is the forth largest of the world. But if either the city or ships are boring you, you can take a water aiplane bound for Vancouver Island.
Taken with a Sony A99II and a Tamron SP 24-70 F/2.8
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