Do not adjust your calendars! #MyTransLink is back again this week!
We started this little social media series back in January 2017, with the hopes of sharing reader-curated photos, captured by our riders, community neighbours and transit enthusiasts, every few weeks . We never could have imagined that in under a year, our hashtag would be used 1,741 times and counting!
That’s a lot of photos you guys!
So going forward, we will be running #MyTransLink weekly until the photos run out (don’t let that happen)! So without further ado, here’s what you’ve captured since last week!
An amazing thing about Metro Vancouver at this time of year is we can experience nearly every season in the span of a day… or a week even! As we enter in to late fall, your photos once again capture the stunning region that we live in for this edition of #MyTransLink.
Colour changing leaves and misty morning fog are just a few of the signs that fall has graced our picturesque cities. With Metro Vancouver transit spanning from land to sea to sky, our riders – and passersby continue to capture beautiful moments from around the region for this edition of #MyTransLink.
Horray! We’re back again with another eye-catching edition of #MyTransLink. It’s no surprise that our riders and community neighbours take some of the best photos of our region and transit system. We have grown to love sharing your shots across our social channels. Take a look at just a few (there were many to pick from this week) of our favourites!
Hey Metro Vancouver, #MyTransLink is back! We know you’ve been waiting for our biweekly rider-curated series showcasing your in transit photos from around Metro Vancouver. Check out the latest and greatest shots captured since our last installment.
“A portrait is not made in the camera but on either side of it.”
— Edward Steichen
After a brief hiatus, #MyTransLink is back! If you’re new here, welcome to our biweekly rider-curated series showcasing photos in transit from around Metro Vancouver. Here are some of the great shots captured since our last installment.
My favourite week for sharing our riders awesomeness is once again upon us. #MyTransLink is our rider curated series showcasing not only the beautiful landscapes that make up the Metro Vancouver, but also the beautiful people in front of and behind the lens.
“There is one thing the photograph must contain, the humanity of the moment.” — Robert Frank
Biweekly, riders from across the region produce an awe-inspiring gallery of transit themed photographs and here are some of our faves!
It’s that time again! #MyTransLink is here to showcase your favourite moments in and around transit! Whether your transit is via land or sea, #MyTransLink captures it all! So hot off the web, I present to you these past weeks in transit!
There’s a reason it’s called Beautiful British Columbia, and this weeks #MyTransLink showcases so much of the beauty of the region. This time we’ve got sunny summer days and sprawling blue skies – a recurring theme among your recent transit shots, and the compilation below is no exception. Check it out and see what’s been seen on and around our system!
I’m pretty sure I’ve said this before, but it bears saying again – You guys sure set the transit photography bar high! In just six months, the #MyTransLink series has grown to almost 700 photos shared on Instagram and Twitter.
Photos from daily commutes, one off adventures, worldly travels and more.
This week in #MyTransLink is one of my faves to-date. Check out the drool worthy captures from some of Metro Vancouver’s most talented on-transit photogs!
Welcome back to another week of #MyTransLink, a reader curated photo series featuring on-the-go transit shots from around Metro Vancouver. This week captures summer making it’s appearance around the region! Cityscapes, blue sky’s and sunsets on the horizon are just some of what you found interesting on and around the system this week. Check out all the snap happy shots below!
“To me, photography is an art of observation. It’s about finding something interesting in an ordinary place… I’ve found it has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them.” – Elliott Erwitt
Bridges, buses, trains, tracks, trolley wires. These things may seem ordinary to some but are utterly inspiring to others!
Looking at someone’s photograph gives the viewer a unique glimpse into the person behind the lens and how they see the world and their subject matter.
We have some amazing and creative transit photographers in our region and we’re sharing more of their work in this edition of #MyTransLink!
This time around we’ve got poetry, we’ve got bridges, we’ve got artist renderings and more!