Jim Decker Vancouver Bc
- Vancouver,BC CA
Vancouver resident Jim Decker is a ski instructor and freelance photographer. An avid traveler throughout British Columbia, Canada, and abroad, James Decker frequently visits and photographs sporting events, natural surroundings, and tourist attractions, particularly in his home town. The city of Vancouver, BC, is perched on a sea port. Its 114-square-kilometer area is home to more than 600,000 people, making it the largest city in British Columbia. Tourists visit Vancouver in droves because of its lovely natural surroundings, mild weather conditions, and cultural diversity. While most guidebooks take you straight to the Capilano Suspension Bridge, Stanley Park, or Granville Island, Vancouver also has plenty of lesser-known sights to offer explorers in Canada. The Punjabi Market is also known as the Little India of Vancouver, known for its lavish displays of colorful fabrics, shiny jewelry, and fresh local produce. Culinary highlights can be found on Commercial Drive, where boutique stores border farmers markets. Each year, the Vancouver International Fringe Festival takes place here. Finally, New Brighton Park and Hastings Park may not be as well known as Stanley Park, but they are just as picturesque, in particular for their old-fashioned gardens and attractive walking tracks.