Light on the Olympics: Feb. 9

While thousands watched the Opening Ceremony from inside Pyeongchang's Olympic Stadium, and millions more on television, CBC photographer Kevin Light took a walk around the city at the epicentre of global sport for the next two weeks.
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A trio braves the cold to watch the Opening Ceremony via tablet at an open-air viewing party in Pyeongchang.
(Kevin Light Photography)
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A group of Korean volunteers watch Friday's Opening Ceremony from the warmth of a booth.
(Kevin Light Photography)
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A temporary tattoo of one of the Olympic mascots adds to the festive spirit.
(Kevin Light Photography)
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A U.S. supporter gleefully picks up his takeout beer at an outdoor viewing party.
(Kevin Light Photography)
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Customers are few as attention is focused on the Opening Ceremony.
(Kevin Light Photography)
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A vendor cooks up some hot food.
(Kevin Light Photography)
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There will be no medals awarded here on this night.
(Kevin Light Photography)
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Mascots are omnipresent at an Olympics.
(Kevin Light Photography)
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A woman takes in the Opening Ceremony on her phone.
(Kevin Light Photography)
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Not all involved in the Olympics are human - or even alive. A robot fish displays its talents.
(Kevin Light Photography)