Remembrances of Nicer Weather

We have been socked in here with rain so continually these last few weeks that I’ve finally said the heck with it, and decided to put back out a few of my older shots taken when the skys were at least a little more conducive to photographic endeavors. I hope everyone out there is enjoying a slighter dryer winter, and if I hear even one of my government officials mention the word drought this year, I promise them some very stern words. Lol. In the meantime, I plan to try and convince myself that the following pictures just look a little familiar, and were in fact taken today.

Downtown Vancouver From Crab Park
Downtown Vancouver From Crab Park
Grouse Mountain In The Fog 2
Grouse Mountain In The Fog 2
The North-Shore Back-Country On A Cloudy Day_DETAIL
The North-Shore Back-Country On A Cloudy Day_DETAIL
Great Blue Heron Log_Rolling
Great Blue Heron Log Rolling
Siwash Rock Silhouette
Siwash Rock Silhouette

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5 thoughts on “Remembrances of Nicer Weather

  1. David, excellent photos! You capture interesting details like the fog covering half the mountain. That takes a good eye! It’s getting close to March for your featured sunset and mini-bio! I’ll let you know when it’s posted and published! Sorry, you are inundated with rain. It will be a beautiful spring though! Elizabeth

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    1. Even after 36 years or so of living in this rain-forest, any time the weather starts to get me down, I just have to think back to the piles of snow that I would have been shoveling at this time of the year in the province where I was born, and I’m happy once again. Lol. You have a great week-end now.

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