THE VIEW FROM YOUR WINDOW #164 | ‘A Yellow Cedar Cut For A Japanese Customer’

THE VIEW FROM YOUR WINDOW #164 | ‘A Yellow Cedar Cut For A Japanese Customer’

Reader M.B. | 2:30pm | Port Kells, BC | SHARE YOUR VIEW We love posting the photographs that reveal the views from our reader’s windows. Whether it’s a back alley in the fall or a sandy beach in high summer, we’re always stoked to see what you see from home, work or while on the road. What does your view look like right now? Take a snap of it and send it in. Check out the gallery of reader submissions below... (more…)

The View From Your Window #158 | Waiting For A Float Plane Lift Off Salt Spring Island

The View From Your Window #158 | Waiting For A Float Plane Lift Off Salt Spring Island

Reader K.Q. | "Waiting for my float plane" | Ganges, Salt Spring island | 7am | SHARE YOUR VIEW We love posting the photographs that reveal the views from our… more 

The View From Your Window #156: A Small Cottage In The Serbian Village Of Topola

The View From Your Window #156: A Small Cottage In The Serbian Village Of Topola

I.F. | Topola, Serbia | 12:00pm | SHARE YOUR VIEW We love posting the photographs that reveal the views from our reader's windows. Whether it's a back alley in… more 

The View From Your Window #155: Looking Across False Creek From Fairview Slopes

The View From Your Window #155: Looking Across False Creek From Fairview Slopes

A.N. | Fairview Slopes | Vancouver, BC | 9:30pm | SHARE YOUR VIEW We love posting the photographs that reveal the views from our reader's windows. Whether it's… more 

The View From Your Window #154: A Rainy Start On The Rue De Temple In The Marais

The View From Your Window #154: A Rainy Start On The Rue De Temple In The Marais

A.M. | Rue de Temple (peekaboo Pompidou Centre) | Paris, France | 9:00am | SHARE YOUR VIEW This one's from me, Andrew (Scout's editor). I'm travelling around… more 

The View From Your Window #150: Snow Piled Up On A Mount Pleasant Side Street

The View From Your Window #150: Snow Piled Up On A Mount Pleasant Side Street

Reader A.T. | Mount Pleasant | Vancouver, BC | 8:29pm | SHARE YOUR VIEW We love posting the photographs that reveal the views from our reader's windows… more 

The View From Your Window #149: The Sun Shining Upon Mount Pleasant In The Dawn

The View From Your Window #149: The Sun Shining Upon Mount Pleasant In The Dawn

Reader A.T. | Mount Pleasant | Vancouver, BC | 8:20am | SHARE YOUR VIEW We love posting the photographs that reveal the views from our reader's windows… more 

The View From Your Window #148: Riding On The Seabus From North Van To The City

The View From Your Window #148: Riding On The Seabus From North Van To The City

Reader A.T. | Seabus crossing Burrard Inlet | Vancouver, BC | 4:30pm | SHARE YOUR VIEW We love posting the photographs that reveal the views from our reader's… more 

The View From Your Window #147: Seeing Blue Through All The Grey Off Main Street

The View From Your Window #147: Seeing Blue Through All The Grey Off Main Street

Reader R.R. | Main at 16th | Vancouver, BC | 12:26pm | SHARE YOUR VIEW We love posting the photographs that reveal the views from our reader's windows. Whether… more 

The View From Your Window #145: Sitting In 17A On A Flight From Vancouver To Paris

The View From Your Window #145: Sitting In 17A On A Flight From Vancouver To Paris

Reader J.S. | Somewhere Over The Rocky Mountains | 7pm | SHARE YOUR VIEW We love posting the photographs that reveal the views from our reader's windows… more 

The View From Your Window #144: Looking East Over BC Place At The Pre-Dawn Show

The View From Your Window #144: Looking East Over BC Place At The Pre-Dawn Show

Reader K.T. | Beatty Street | Yaletown | Vancouver, BC | 6:45am | SHARE YOUR VIEW We love posting the photographs that reveal the views from our reader's… more 

The View From Your Window #143: An Autumnal Look Down From Chancery Place

The View From Your Window #143: An Autumnal Look Down From Chancery Place

Reader C.F. | Chancery Place, Hornby & Smithe | Vancouver, BC | 10:30am | SHARE YOUR VIEW We love posting the photographs that reveal the views from our… more 

The View From Your Window #142: Looking West Over Stanley Park From Coal Harbour

The View From Your Window #142: Looking West Over Stanley Park From Coal Harbour

Reader G.T. | Coal Harbour | Vancouver, BC | 5:00pm | SHARE YOUR VIEW We love posting the photographs that reveal the views from our reader's windows. Whether… more 

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