“In Memory of Those Who Lost Their Lives So That We May Live In Peace”
The Colours of Vancouver’s Regiments, Christ Church Cathedral, Vancouver.
Lest we forget
Dedicated to Captain Matthew Dawe
, commander of Charlie Company, 3rd Battalion, Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry based in Edmonton, Alberta. He was one of six Canadian soldiers, along with an Afghan interpreter, killed in 2007 when their armoured vehicle struck a roadside bomb approximately 20 km southwest of Kandahar City. Captain Dawe’s mother Reine
was this year’s Silver Cross Mother at the National War Memorial Remembrance Day service in Ottawa. 🇨🇦
A moment for reflection this week in Vanier Park, Vancouver.
Fisherman’s Wharf, Vancouver in the Sunday sunshine today.
Familiar to many of you, my favourite muse, Kitsilano Beach after yesterday’s snow.
For more wintery images of this special place visit backdrop to a life: Part 1 and Part 2
Yesterday’s moment of reflection for today’s Thursday motivation
Fisherman’s Wharf Vancouver never fails to surprise and inspire.
Today was no exception.
Vanier Park, Vancouver – Tuesday 4.12.18
Fishermans’ Wharf, False Creek, Vancouver – Wednesday 5.12.18
Cenotaph, Victory Square, Vancouver
Lest we forget.
Out walking on Spanish Banks this morning on this beautiful British Columbia Day these two caught my eye and seemed to express what this holiday is all about. Since this week’s Lens-Artist photo challenge is “Blue” what could be better.
Happy BC Day 🇨🇦