I can’t believe it’s the end of September. I also can’t believe I’m so late with this post. Enough said! These are my photos of the week!
This scene of Autumn courtesy of Whistler, Canada during a previous year’s visit on a beautiful October’s day!
Under cumulus skies…
Another beautiful day earlier this year at the Tulips of the Valley Festival, near Agassiz, Canada!
Look at the sky here!
Eiffel Peak and Pinnacle Mountain from the Mount Temple trail in Banff National Park, Canada.
A little Summer colour from the rose garden at VanDusen Botanical Garden, Vancouver, Canada.
earlier this year, somewhere in Vancouver.
This Red Admiral butterfly was constantly moving and it was difficult to get a good photo. Taken recently near the Rose Garden of Stanley Park in Vancouver.
It took me a while to figure out these mountains (thanks Google Earth for help) 😄
From left to right: Mount Fryatt, Geraldine Peak, and Whirlpool Peak from the edge of Leach Lake. Last month on a gorgeous Saturday morning in Jasper National Park, Canada!
This bright scene courtesy of Roozengaarde Display Garden during the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival, Washington State, this past Spring!
I had to look twice when I arrived to this pond at VanDusen Garden.
Sunset over Vancouver, from a hillside in neighbouring Burnaby!
Skagit Valley tulips near sunset…
late in the evening at Tulip Town, Washington State, this past Spring.
A whole lot of colour at the Tulips of the Valley Festival, near Agassiz!
A little Summer colour…
lupins or lupines from a garden near Burnaby City Hall in Burnaby.
As always, I’m going through earlier photos and don’t think I’ve posted any from this visit to the Stanley Park gardens this past Spring. I love the tulips in the sky! Taken outside the Stanley Park Pavilion.
I hope you enjoyed this weekly post of photos from my social media. I wish you a very Happy October 🙂
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