If there's one thing the geodesic dome at Science World does well, it's reflect the sunlight. Depending on the position of the sun in the sky, one of the panels can be lit up and shining bright while all the others remain silver and cool. When the correct arrangement of angles is in play, those mirror-bright panels have no trouble reflecting the sunlight down onto the waters of False Creek. I took this photo from the Cambie Bridge, just as a small one-person craft passed on top of the patch of light Science World was casting down.
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