Best snow photos of today’s winter wonderland in Vancouver

Kudos and Kvetches

It’s snowing!

How do we know? Because our social media feed is filling up with photos, videos, selfies and boomerangs of the falling white stuff.

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It’s almost like this never happens every few years for a day or two. It really is magical.

Here are the best snow photos of Vancouver we’ve found from today’s snowmageddon.

This serene scene from Robson Square captures the majesty of winter in all its glory.
Traffic along Broadway was a little slow thanks to today’s pre-holiday dusting. But with a little patience and neighbourly help, everyone got to where they wanted to go.
The Cambie bridge was the scene of this touching moment between a police man and a man with alcohol on his breath and a split lip who kept yelling something about Zuzu’s petals.
Mount Pleasant residents got into the spirit at Dude Chilling Park before heading to a local brewery for some delicious mead and mulled wine.
Guns were blazing in Point Grey today as its citizens mounted an attack on cyclists who insisted on using the bike lanes that crossed their driveways.
Mayor Kennedy Stewart was prepared for the snow, riding a parka-wearing Gil Kelley to work today.
One West End resident captured this friendly snow leopard taking in the scenery near Stanley Park.
The snow brought out all kinds of folks in Marpole today as evidenced by this sighting of a rare Snow Beast along West 72nd Avenue.


*Note: this article was first published in 2017.

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