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Monthly Archives: January 2015

Foggy, Foggy Days … and A Couple of Introductions

As mentioned in my last post, many areas of metro Vancouver have been blanketed in fog for a few days. It seems to have lifted today, but it’s interesting; driving to and from work, it’s been somewhat akin to shifting…

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Colosseum by Night

Sigh. Perhaps it’s the combination of rain, fog – which makes for great photo opportunities- and a workload that reflects a two-week break over Christmas, but memories of a visit to Rome are awfully sweet right now. Here’s an image…

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West Coast Treetops

Here’s a switch; rather than training my camera from Vancouver’s beaches up over the water to the North Shore, this is a shot from Grouse Mountain. Here, snow-dabbed evergreens rise above the North Shore highrises, ships in harbour, and the…

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An Invigorating Start to 2015

Now, after a very full first work week of the new year, it’s time to show you how 2,310 of us rang in 2015 in Vancouver … with an estimated 15,000 people watching us shiver.  I’ve posted a slight variation…

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While I’m looking forward to Spring and the lush greenery to come, there’s a stark beauty in the Fall and Winter months, as with this tree by Jericho Beach.

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The Lions

Close your eyes with this image in mind, and inhale the cool, clean air. Happy new year, all. With thanks to those who stopped by this site in 2014, this image of The Lions is my offering to mark and…

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