It’s been a crazy past few weeks for me. Between the holidays, moving, an operation, and caring for a family member who is now in the hospital, I’m behind on my weekly posts. Thats okay because my priority is my dear Aunt who I shall dedicate this post to. I show her my photos every day and they brighten her up. Now, please join me on my photos of the week posted to social media, late edition.
A whole lot of rose…
Late Spring in the gardens of Stanley Park, Vancouver, Canada.
On a NFL playoff Sunday… Absolutely nothing to do with football but…
A whole lot of pink from the gardens of Tulip Town during the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival, last Spring.
A whole lot of late Spring brightness featuring these roses, somewhere in Vancouver.
A simple scene from the tulip gardens of Stanley Park, last Spring.
A snowy scene but can you believe this was actually in Summer?
Another view of the mountains from Panorama Ridge in Garibaldi Provincial Park, Canada. This is looking toward the Black Tusk with the Tantalus Mountains in the background.
Roses and blue sky…
From the gardens of Stanley Park.
A look back to late Summer and the beautiful dahlias of Ferncliff Gardens in Mission, Canada!
What Am I listening to?
I saw Kuba Oms at the Surrey Fusion Festival last Summer and really enjoyed this song. So bright and upbeat! Although there is a club mix video, I am posting the official lyric video, the same version as I bought on iTunes. I hope Kuba gets more recognition for this song. This is “My Love.”
Between rows of yellow…
Along with orange and a few rebel tulips too.
Tulips of the Valley Festival, east of Vancouver, Springtime
In the midst of building a nest…
Busy Sparrow at the Reifel Bird Sanctuary in Delta, Canada!
Posted on a foggy Winter’s day…
Spring brightness from the Tulips of the Valley Festival.
Roses in the rain…
I arrived to the rose garden at Queen Elizabeth Park, just as the rain started!
One of my favourite gardens featuring tulips at Queen Elizabeth Park.
More Spring brightness…
Upper tulip garden in Queen Elizabeth Park.
Before the clouds rolled in…
A beautiful Winter’s morning in Vancouver!
A look back to late Spring and these bright roses, somewhere in Vancouver.
I hope you enjoyed this weekly post of photos from my social media. To my Aunt, I wish you peace and comfort. Take care, everyone 🙂
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