As I continue to catch up on these weekly posts before taking a break from them, I published one featuring the cherry blossom trees of Vancouver. If you missed it, please read, Scenes of Sakura, Plum and Cherry Blossoms of Vancouver. I really hope you enjoy it. Now, please join me on my photos of the week posted to social media, one week behind edition.
On the morning of my ear surgery… I’m off soon for a long anticipated / dreaded operation on my ear. Wish me luck. I need it!
No photos of me with a scalpel operating / dissecting my ear but…
Some Spring brightness at Queen Elizabeth Park, Vancouver, Canada.
A sea of red and majestic Mount Cheam…
and a yellow rebel tulip too. Last Spring at the Tulips of the Valley Festival, east of Vancouver.
Tulips and Forget-Me-Nots under bright sunshine. Last Spring at VanDusen Botanical Garden, Vancouver.
A little colour from last Spring…
I loved the mix of tulips in this first field. At the Tulips of the Valley Festival.
Pretty dahlia from Ferncliff Gardens in Mission, Canada, late Summer!
Hello lily 🙂
Summertime at Queen Elizabeth Park.
What I am listening to?
Now, this is the New Country music that I enjoy. Such a cool song too. This is Sam Hunt and Break Up In A Small Town!
On a dark cloudy morning in Vancouver… Instead of clouds, how about some tulips?
From the Tulips of the Valley Festival.
Can you believe that this is a tulip?
Formally a twisted pink tulip, taken on a beautiful Spring day at VanDusen Botanical Garden.
I hear a train a comin’… Waiting for the sunset at Crescent Beach, South Surrey, Canada. Summertime!
Posted on the morning after my operation… I survived my ear operation which was more serious than I had thought. Now I have a good idea what a Mastoidectomy and a Tympanoplasty are. That’s because I had both in one four hour operation. Thanks to Dr. Nunez and his team at UBC Hospital. Now, I hope to recover soon 🙂
No photos of my ear scar, or any other scar for that matter, but…
Under cloudy skies…
A beautiful rainbow of colour at the Tulips of the Valley Festival.
Summer colour courtesy of these Indian Paintbrush along the Lakeview Trail in Cathedral Provincial Park, Canada.
Truly, a rainbow of color…
Tulips of the Valley Festival.
I hope you enjoyed this weekly post of photos from my social media. Take good care 🙂
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