Its been a while since my last post, and I thought that I would post a few pictures taken on Day 11 of the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games. It was nice to get out and enjoy a very spring-like Vancouver in the middle of February.
more photos after the break.
Better late than never, here are some of my photos from day 105 of the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games. On day 105, the torch passed through Deer Lake Park on its way to Vancouver.
The opportunity to see the torch along Deer Lake Parkway outside of Burnaby city hall afforded some nice views of the torch relay. Lots of office workers emptied out of their cubicles to wait in the rain for the torch to pass.
Here is a quick post with a few of my favorite pictures from the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympic torch relay. The relay went through my neighbourhood, so it was nice to get out and take the family to see the torch go by.
Stay tuned for pics from Day 105 (Feb 11th) and my summary post on the torch relay. You can view more pictures from Day 103 in my flickr stream.
I thought I’d share a couple of my photos from the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Torch relay as the torch arrived at Holland Park in Surrey, BC. (a 15 minute walk from my house). It was pretty cool to see the torch with 30,000 other revelers. I plan to do a more in depth post to summarize the 2010 Torch run experience.
There are many more photos from Day 102 of the torch relay in North Surrey in my flickr stream, and stay tuned for photos from Day 103, 105 and my summary post.
I had the opportunity to head out to the airport and check out the new LED Olympic rings at the Vancouver Internation Airport last night. I was amazed at just how bright the rings are, and they are running on LED’s so we are not going to be flushing away a lot of money.
I was a little disappointed that the rings were not in colour, as they are capable of changing colours, but since its been running for a few days, its likely less distracting to drivers to leave it in white.
If you’re in Richmond, or near the airport, take a drive around the loop upto the departures, and you’ll get an impressive view of the rings, and they are very very bright.