Kitsilano in Fog

Kitsilano in Fog

Kitsilano is a trendy neighbourhood of Vancouver, British Columbia and is located south of the city’s downtown core across the iconic Burrard Bridge. The name ‘Kitsilano’ is derived from the Anglicized name of X̱ats’alanexw, the Squamish chief August Jack Khatsahlano. The area has been home to the Squamish people (known as Sḵwx̱wú7mesh in the Squamish language) for thousands of years, sharing the territory with the Musqueam and the Tsleil-Waututh Peoples.

On January 16, 2022, the denizens of Vancouver, Canada were treated to an ever-shifting display of bay fog that spilled into Kitsilano. This provided the perfect moment to capture one of Vancouver’s oldest neighbourhoods shrouded in winter’s chilly embrace.

A limited-edition (12 copies) catalogue of the photo suite is now available for purchase. Each embossed 8″x6″ catalogue includes a certificate of authenticity, a coupon for 15% off the purchase price of one of the prints and a 4″x6″ copy of one of my favourite images from my archive.

Click here to view all of the images available for purchase.

Click here to order my Kitsilano in Fog catalogue or click on the image at the top of this post.

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