I headed out to Granville Island early this morning to meet a friend for coffee. I chose the pathway that would lead me to the Totem Pole that stands amongst the trees, tall enough to watch over the entire Island. It is a good start to the morning… “If you talk to the animals theyContinue reading “The Totem Pole”
Category Archives: Around Vancouver
There be Dragon….Boats and Ducks
Capturing moments is not that difficult, but there are two perquisites: 1) You need to keep your eyes open and 2) Have a camera ready to go I was taking my new camera out for a spin and was trying to figure out how to use the video options. I got lucky! I found theContinue reading “There be Dragon….Boats and Ducks”
The Lady with the Umbrella
The day was perfect – it was raining and there was a subtle mist coming off the ground. “I’m going out,” I said as I headed towards the door, camera in hand. “The lady with the umbrella and I have an appointment.” The first time I saw the lady with the umbrella was when IContinue reading “The Lady with the Umbrella”
What’s Happening Underneath Our Feet?
“Anything else you’re interested in is not going to happen if you can’t breathe the air and drink the water. Don’t sit this one out. Do something.” – Carl Sagan Imagine a life without running water, sewage systems and electricity. We depend on the availability of incoming clean water and the seamless removal of outgoingContinue reading “What’s Happening Underneath Our Feet?”
You never know who you will run into….
I met the Blue and White Warrior on the corner of Granville & Burrard. What a surprise to see the tall, stately Terracotta figure presiding majestically over the intersection. And where there is one, there are others waiting to be found. You’re invited to join me on Chasing Art ! We have limited time toContinue reading “You never know who you will run into….”
The Rain Song
“Let the rain kiss you. Let the rain beat upon your head with silver liquid drops. Let the rain sing you a lullaby.” Langston Hughes A rainy day, a quiet garden – listen and you will hear the Rain Song. The singing was unmistakable as I took a chance detour into a garden situated nextContinue reading “The Rain Song”