My highlight for the week was not a walk or a hike, but attending the Jason Aldean, Cole Swindell, and Tyler Farr concert in Vancouver, and sitting close to the stage. I took some cool video but better not post any here so there are no copyright issues. Instead, please enjoy my photos posted to social media in the past week.
Hello pinkish dahlia… 😄
not sure what kind you are but I wish I knew. Taken recently in someone’s front yard in Vancouver, Canada.
For World Rivers Day, here is the very scenic Bow River in Banff National Park with majestic Castle Mountain in the background. Taken in August from one of my favourite spots near Castle Junction between Banff and Lake Louise, Alberta.
A little Fall colour during a recent afternoon in East Vancouver.
I wasn’t the only one who thought this sunset was amazing!
Last month from Crescent Beach in Surrey, British Columbia.
A whole lot of pink…
Tulips of the Valley Festival, near Agassiz, Canada, earlier this year!
Loved watching these little guys! From one of my many visits to Lightning Lake in Manning Provincial Park, Canada, this is a very cute Columbian Ground Squirrel!
A little brightness…
with tulips and daffodils, beautifully planted at Queen Elizabeth Park in Vancouver, this past Spring.
From a walk last week in Vancouver, loved the colours of these dahlias just after the rain.
I watched the skies change from red to pink on a late evening walk this past Summer near Pyramid Lake in Cathedral Provincial Park, Canada!
For National Poetry Day, I’ll start off…
Roses are kind of pink
Roses are kind of yellow…
Hmmmm… What colour are these? I give up. I’ll let you finish 😄
Recently in the rose garden at Stanley Park, Vancouver!
Tulips and blue sky…
A little brightness from the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival in Washington State, this past Spring.
Hello lilies 😄
Not sure where I took this photo of you but it was either in Queen Elizabeth Park or VanDusen Garden, this past Summer!
Double Touch tulips and more…
This garden was isolated but once I found it, I visited many times. Earlier this year at VanDusen Botanical Garden.
Here’s a little daffodil brightness from the gardens of Deer Lake Park, earlier this year in Burnaby, Canada.
I hope you enjoyed this weekly post of photos from my social media. Thanks for stopping by 🙂
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