Kitsilano Beach in the snow last week
It was glorious while it lasted 🇨🇦
A lucky capture on the cliff side path between Caswell Bay and Langland Bay yesterday visiting South Wales again for the first time in over 65 years. The little dog kindly posed for us when we caught them up.
Above the Colorado city of Grand Junction is the magnificent Colorado National Monument one of the jewels of the US National Parks with which we were unfamiliar. The Rim Rock Drive that winds along the edge of the canyons must be one of the great drives of the world, so put it on your bucket list and prepare to be in awe.
Whether in glorious colour or monochrome Tuscany takes your breath away.
Rosso Fiorentino. Deposition 1521
Luca Signorelli, Annunciazione, 1491One particular piece caught my eye as it’s beauty seemed to reflect those wonderful faces in the Fiorentino Deposition.
After Volterra it was on to San Gimignano.
The towers of this iconic hilltop town dominate the horizon for miles around.
The surrounding Tuscan landscape shimmering in the evening light.
Whether you have two legs or four there is nothing pedestrian about this pedestrian pathway, as you walk, jog or cycle beside Spanish Banks and English Bay as we did yesterday, with the Vancouver skyline in the distance.
Could this be one of the most scenic pathways in the world?…
…but I’m a little biased of course.
This morning the sun was back all too briefly as the rain will be returning tomorrow, but once again Kitsilano shone in the morning sunshine, and that snow-covered willow is snowy no longer. Here are a few more views from my morning walk today for you to enjoy.