Coal Harbour and Downtown Vancouver. Most of the buildings on this side of town are residential. The harbour itself is also home to residents — people clearly live on some of the larger yachts, and you can even see a couple of houseboats on the left side of the photo.
The path on the right hand edge is part of the Vancouver Seawall, shared by cyclists and pedestrians. It’s 13.7 miles long and runs all the way from the Convention Centre, around Stanley Park, under the Burrard, Granville and Cambie bridges, around past Granville Island and along to Kitsilano Beach.
My 10mm lens wasn’t quite wide enough to capture everything I wanted, so this 2 shots stitched together (although this crop is only about 1.5 shots).blue hour coal harbour skyline vancouver waterfront