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Category: Nature


A Fluffle of Bunnies

A fluffle of bunnies, just in time for Easter

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Pandemic Murals

What a year we’re having. Here in Vancouver, we’ve been able to enjoy being outdoors throughout the pandemic, but there were times when it was surreal walking about our city. Roads were often mostly free of vehicle traffic, and the…

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Caribbean Waters

Last September, in the good old days when we could readily travel, I travelled to Barbados for work.  As I do whenever possible, I snagged window seats for both flights. The views above the Caribbean were incredible, and here’s my…

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Are you looking at me?

This is one of a pair of swans who are anything but shy. I’ve visited them a few times lately, and they make their way to the shoreline when I approach – likely hoping for food. I learned, on visiting…

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Swan Lake

Well, not exactly! I caught these early morning images in a pond. This pair of swans were busily feeding. Bottoms up!  

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Vancouver’s Not-So-Smelly Corpse Flower Is Nonetheless Impressive

This is Vancouver’s very own Corpse Flower, aka Titan Arum. As you’ll hear in my video, it’s one of the hottest tickets in town this week. It’s not only the largest flower on this planet; when it first blooms… ……

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Feeling the Heat?

It’s July, and the long, sunny days have arrived on cue. Feeling the heat? Here’s one creature cooling down nicely.

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A Bit of Bubbly

A bit of bubbly is a great way close out the year, yes? While we did enjoy some glasses of champagne later on New Year’s Eve, these shots are from a walk down to False Creek on the afternoon of…

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Vancouver in Winter

Vancouver in winter … the skies were blue and clear as this day dawned. Here, as afternoon approached its close, the sun cast a gentle sheen over the snowy North Shore mountaintops.

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Forest in the Fog

Anyone who’s been to Vancouver’s Stanley Park, or even heard of it, will know that this spot is renowned for its majestic evergreens. In the fog earlier this month, you’d be hard pressed to recognise the park at all. I…

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