Tulips, Garibaldi, a Marmot and More, Photos of the Week, September 12th to 18th

September 21, 2015 — Leave a comment
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This past week I visited a dahlia farm and garden for the first time in the Fraser Valley of British Columbia. I was so amazed and inspired that I’m working on a blog post featuring those beautiful flowers. Hopefully, I will have it finished before Christmas 🙂

In the meantime, my photos of the week posted to social media included a cute marmot that I met in Garibaldi Provincial Park and a whole lot of brightness. I hope you enjoy them. These are my photos of the week!

 

A little brightness…
Earlier this year in the tulip garden, Stanley Park, Vancouver, Canada.

tulips orange stanley park vancouver canada

 

 

One of my favourite spots…
From Panorama Ridge, a beautiful sunset over Garibaldi Provincial Park, Canada.

Sunset mount price Garibaldi Lake Panorama

 

 

Double Touch with drops…
As in the Double Touch tulip, and let’s add some baby’s breath too.
Taken earlier this year in gardens of Queen Elizabeth Park, Vancouver.

double touch tulip rain vandusen vancouver

 

 

This past week, I visited the gardens of Krause Berry Farms in Langley, British Columbia, but the Monarch Butterflies are gone. I am so glad to have this and other photos from my visit earlier this Summer.

monarch butterfly flower Krause Farm Langley

 

 

A hint of daffodil…
I was very lucky to visit these beautiful gardens outside the Stanley Park Pavilion a few times earlier this year.

Stanley Park Pavilion tulips Vancouver

 

 

I was amazed at the gardens of the Chateau Lake Louise in Banff National Park when I visited last month. Very bright and colourful on a beautiful Summer’s day!

Banff Chateau Lake Louise hotel flower garden

 

 

A strong, yet cute profile 😄
Marmot in the meadows under the Black Tusk, Garibaldi Provincial Park.

Marmot Garibaldi park whistler Canada

 

 

The beautiful Tiger Lily and some lupins too. Earlier this Summer in a meadow along the Duffey Lake Road between Pemberton and Lillooet, Canada!

tiger lily lupin Duffey lake road bc

 

 

Around a tree we go…
A bright scene from Roozengaarde Display Garden during the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival in Washington State, this past Spring.

Tulip Festival RoozenGaarde Garden Skagit Valley

 

 

Marigolds on a Summer’s afternoon. Last month in beautiful Cascade Gardens, Banff National Park, Canada.

marigold banff park cascade gardens alberta

 

 

A little Summer colour courtesy of this pretty dahlia…
recently in VanDusen Botanical Garden, Vancouver.

dahlia pink vandusen garden vancouver

 

 

A little odd?
I’ve had this photo ready for posting for months but wasn’t sure about it. I kind of like the rebel Kess Nelis with newly emerging yellow tulips though. Taken at the Tulips of the Valley Festival, near Agassiz, Canada!

tulips valley of the festival kees canada

 

 

Rose petals with drops, earlier this Summer at VanDusen Botanical Garden.

rose pink vandusen garden vancouver

 

 

I made a few trips in the Spring to see the daffodil gardens on Burnaby Mountain, near Vancouver. It also has excellent views of the North Shore mountains, ocean, and city.

daffodils Burnaby Mountain canada

 

I hope you enjoyed this weekly post of photos from my social media. On this International Day of Peace, I wish you all the peace in the World 🙂

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About Randall St. Germain

Randall St. Germain, author of Camino de Santiago In 20 Days, is a middle-aged Canadian Boy who is passionate about nature, photography, hiking, music, and self-improvement. After the death of his mother, he chose to walk the famous pilgrimage, the Camino de Santiago, across the north of Spain, despite knowing little about it. He certainly didn’t plan to write a book until the latter days of his Camino. Similar to walking the Camino, writing and publishing a book was a learning experience. It was also very rewarding, and part of his ongoing journey. Please join him as he takes you along on his journey in Camino de Santiago In 20 Days, and on his blog Camino My Way.

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