West Coast Treetops

Vancouver from Grouse 2668 Copyright Shelagh Donnelly copy

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 University Endowment Lands -whose location and greenery combine to form a stellar recruitment tool for UBC, also known as the University of BC.

5 Comments on “West Coast Treetops

  1. Not rally sure why,but I am drawn to and fascinated by the stark,virtually leafless winter trees.

    They look desolate and lonely with no leaves or birds on them.

    Guess I answered my own question ! But I still really like them.


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