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We Remember: The 11th Hour on the 11th Day of the 11th Month

Canadians of all ages gathered at Vancouver’s Victory Square once again yesterday, just across the street from the Dominion Trust Building, below. There wasn’t  merely diversity of ages. In addition to the usual cast of politicians, there were people of all…

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Love in the Rain

We’ve had a gorgeous autumn here on the west coast, and I caught leafy images such as this just a couple of weeks ago in Vancouver’s West End. …  but, just like that, we’ve shifted gears and leaves have been…

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I’m Leaving this Place for Newfoundland

… but I’m not saying goodbye to Vancouver and these views for long. While the west coast and our summer sunsets are beautiful, I understand that Newfoundland is equally gorgeous. While It’s also more than 7,000 kilometers/4,380 miles away. In fact,…

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Among the Leaves

The canopy of trees along this stretch of road makes for a gorgeous Spring show. When I paused there today to capture this shot, I remembered that I’ve been meaning to share word of a local university student who’s using…

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Pedalling through the Blossoms

It’s Spring, and you’ll find some beautiful blossoms at Vancouver’s Kits (Kitsilano) Beach. While you’re at the beach, take a bit of a walk and you’ll find an entire block of blossoms. Just a block or two up the road…

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Return of the Herons

The herons are back! The Pacific Great Blue Herons, that is. I laugh, thinking about just how bemused my 20-something (or even 30-something) self would have been to think that this would be a big deal to me, but it…

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Sure Signs of Spring

Those in snowier climes will scoff at this, but we’ve had a tough Winter in Vancouver. For starters, we’ve actually had snow. On multiple occasions, and not solely on the mountains. However, that’s given way lately to rain in the…

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