“A good book is the life blood of a master spirit,
imbalm’d and treasur’d up on purpose
to a life beyond life”
The Rose Main Reading Room of the New York Public Library
Our visit to the New York Public Library, one of the highlights of our recent trip to New York.
The DeWitt Wallace Periodical Room
Above the entrance to the Edna Barnes Salomon Room
Happy Canadian Thanksgiving
In our troubled world we have much to be thankful for this Canadian Thanksgiving Weekend as we think of those far less fortunate suffering the indignity of war at the whims of deranged and despotic leadership.
Photo montage from our local Kitsilano Farmers Market yesterday.
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.
Couldn’t resist posting this lovely garden moment to the Lens Artist challenge: Detail
A moment for reflection this week in Vanier Park, Vancouver.
How much is that dogwood in the window?
British Columbia’s floral emblem in full and glorious bloom outside our window.
With apologies to the late Bob Merrill, lyricist, composer and screenwriter, who wrote the song from my childhood, “How much is that doggie in the window?” in 1952.
A little bouquet to welcome the first day of summer.
Celebrating Victoria Day here in Canada with this photo of the Queen Victoria hoodoo in Bryce Canyon from our memorable visit hiking the hoodoos in 2015.