Work took us to Potchefstroom, South Africa. First time visit to the continent for me which meant I kept the camera close at hand.
And the birds
The weather has been very warm lately, unseasonably so which means that there are many spring blooms out.
The cherry blossoms
The camellia flowers
We are back in Whistler where there has been more rain and sun than snow. Sigh….
But leaves more time for photos.
I am always amazed that I can find new things to take pictures of on my regular walk.
Of the water from all the recent rains
And the moss
Remains of last season
And the new
As we approach Valentine’s day, I thought I would post some pictures that suggest love of all kinds ….
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It has been raining very hard here on the coast for a few days. This, of course, creates opportunities for pictures…
of water droplets
And a fine crop of moss
The beauty about life on the West Coast Canada is that you can be in snow one minute and just a short drive away be in spring. Such as yesterday and today
After spending a few days in a hotel working with some collaborators, I finally got a chance to explore the area around the hotel and take some pictures. It was late afternoon which meant a setting sun and reflections.
Here are the results
Earlier this week, fog descended on the lower mainland, here in B.C. which made for some interesting photos.
Where the mountains rise above the fog,
Where one sees the fog bank coming
Where one rises above the fog
I enjoyed a bit of time at the local duck pond with my camera.
With a bit of patience, I got some interesting pictures.