Late on a foggy day in Vancouver. A view over False Creek, Kits Point and the Maritime Museum.
Looking back on 2017, this image is a big fave. It does look best at large size.
All the best in the New Year to the Price Tags family.
Or is this an emerging Vancouver Xmas thing, a big glowing reindeer without antlers? Pacific Centre Mall, December 24, 2017.
On my way somewhere else for errands, and saw this in Kits Beach Park.
All the best of the holiday season to everyone.
One of those tough, dependable little False Creek Ferries, fog and the fabulously re-fabbed Burrard Bridge. What a combo on a cold nearly-winter’s day.
Ride with the sun, beside the sea.
Sun and fog at midday in December, and people are as active as usual beneath Vancouver’s newly fabulous Burrard Bridge.
At Second Beach, Stanley Park.
Near Union and Quebec
Reflections on a busy waterway. A warm departure from the usual green glass and concrete.
The third season, heritage blackberries, afternoon sunshine.
The Greenway, in Vancouver’s third season, hosting a trio of giggling school kids.
A magical place in Stanley Park.
Start with spring’s Cherry Blossom season; then Summer’s glorious long days; and now it seems, at least in Stanley Park, there’s a growing third season of autumn leaf appreciation.
All good reasons to get out and do stuff. And what better way to travel around the park and find lots of leafy spots than on a bike, like me and these people the other day.
It struck me yesterday when out for a run that the flaming red leaves of fall are like the cherry blossoms of spring – a flamboyant expression of nature to mark the change of seasons. Both demand that we pull out our cameras and capture the moment.
Sometimes it’s hard, as the monsoons fall, to recall this ever existed.
Near Second Beach, Vancouver.