I love to walk! I also love watching wildlife. On this post, I shall feature photos from my walks in and around Vancouver, Canada, as well as some gentle, and a little humorous, animal encounters that I have had. Now, please join me on my photos posted to social media in the past week.
Hey, who has been eating my petunias?
Mama deer with fawn enjoying breakfast in one of my favourite places, Radium Hot Springs, British Columbia, Canada.
A little Spring brightness featuring tulips from one of my walks through the gardens of Stanley Park in Vancouver.
A frosted tree…
Earlier this year on Mount Seymour above Vancouver!
Hello pink lily 🙂
From a front yard during one of my Summer walks in Vancouver.
Hey, who has been eating my grapes?
Hope you can see the hand of the Baby racoon. Last Summer, very, very close to my home.
A little early Autumn brightness…
featuring this cactus dahlia from a Vancouver front yard.
Hey, who has been eating my crackers?
Loved visiting these little guys! Columbian ground squirrel on the edge of Lightning Lake in Manning Provincial Park, Canada. Summertime!
A little Spring brightness from the tulip gardens of Queen Elizabeth Park in Vancouver.
One of my favourite views!
Garibaldi Mountain and Lake from Panorama Ridge in Garibaldi Provincial Park, Canada.
Brilliant dahlias from a front yard in Vancouver.
C’mon, give me a hand, or a petal, at least…
I focused on this falling tulip petal. Springtime along a sidewalk on Victoria Drive in Vancouver.
A little early Autumn colour courtesy of this pink rose from someone’s front yard, East Vancouver.
Hey, who grabbed my nuts? Please don’t take that the wrong way 🙂
Friendly and grateful squirrel, Stanley Park.
I hope you enjoyed this weekly post of photos from my social media. Thanks for stopping by 🙂
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