Vancouver 2010, Hockey Gold

Vancouver 2010, Hockey Gold

This game, this moment, is what all of Canada has been waiting for since the day they announced that Vancouver would host the 2010 Olympics. As soon as Sidney Crosby scored the overtime winner, Vancouver erupted into the most gigantic celebration this city has ever seen. The estimates I've seen say 100,000 150,000 people were celebrating downtown. It felt like a million.

I've never seen so many Canadian flags and that takes into account the all of the flags that have been on display since the games started. Today, there were ten times as many.

From Thurlow to Beatty, Robson was a unified mass of flying, waving, red and white flags.

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Camera: NIKON D80
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Focal Length: 300 mm
35mm Focal Length: 450 mm
Exposure: 1/50 sec
Aperture: f 8
ISO: 200


Taken: 2010-02-28 15:47:34
Posted: 2010-03-01 | 03:12





Vancouver 2010, Hockey Gold

Vancouver 2010, Hockey Gold

This game, this moment, is what all of Canada has been waiting for since the day they announced that Vancouver would host the 2010 Olympics. As soon as Sidney Crosby scored the overtime winner, Vancouver erupted into the most gigantic celebration this city has ever seen. The estimates I've seen say 100,000 150,000 people were celebrating downtown. It felt like a million.

I've never seen so many Canadian flags and that takes into account the all of the flags that have been on display since the games started. Today, there were ten times as many.

From Thurlow to Beatty, Robson was a unified mass of flying, waving, red and white flags.

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Camera: NIKON D80
Lens Type:
Focal Length: 300 mm
35mm Focal Length: 450 mm
Exposure: 1/50 sec
Aperture: f 8
ISO: 200


Taken: 2010-02-28 15:47:34
Posted: 2010-03-01 | 03:12


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