Sunrise over False Creek, Vancouver
“Oh what a beautiful morning”
“Oh what a beautiful day”
Had to stop the car to take this photo of this morning’s red sky.
Vanier Park, Vancouver – Tuesday 4.12.18
Fishermans’ Wharf, False Creek, Vancouver – Wednesday 5.12.18
Nothing like a little magic with which to start the week. This morning’s sunrise illuminated my favourite willow tree on Kitsilano Beach that has featured in so many posts on thechangingpalette
over the past few years. Definitely another one worthy of sharing.
“For this week’s photo challenge, explore the vibrant, hopeful colors of your favorite sunrise or sunset.”
Here are two of mine
Sunrise on the road to Vimy in northern France, 2012
Sunset over the Grand Canal in Venice, 2017
Today’s spectacular Vancouver sunrise silhouetting Burrard and Granville Bridges
Perfect for this week’s Photo Challenge: Reflecting
was this glorious sunrise last weekend reflected in the water lapping Rathtrevor Beach
at the lovely Tigh-Na-Mara Seaside Resort
, Parksville, British Columbia where I was staying.
An early morning walk along the beach followed with equally stunning reflections seen in the tidal pools left by the receding water.
You can see why our Province is known as Super, Natural British Columbia.
Enjoy the slideshow with a few more photos from the walk…
…and this presentation by Destination British Columbia entitled The Wild Within.
Have you booked your tickets yet? 🙂
A magical morning walk today as the sun came up over False Creek and Granville Island.
Wouldn’t have missed it for the world.
No bridgegate here.
For this week Discover Challenge: Flâneur Krista asks us to “Observe your city, town, street, or patch of earth and report back — in your favorite medium.”
No surprise that the patches of earth that I love to feature on The Changing Palette,
as you know, are here on Kitsilano Beach Park in Vancouver with views out to English Bay.
Yesterday’s morning walk at sunrise was rewarded with these glorious Fall colors in the park…
the silhouetted figures seen between the trees…
and the tankers illuminated out in the Bay.
One final image from the walk you might recognize as I used for an eerie backdrop in my post for this weeks Photo Challenge: Transmogrify.