I didn’t realise how wonderful it was to be somewhere else. After 2 plus years of going nowhere, suddenly I’m somewhere. It’s not the mountains, or the ocean, or the excellent food — it’s just being far away from my real life. Here are some impressions thru photos.
Clockwise: poster on a hoarding; what’s left of an old growth forest in a park; Burrard inlet, tulips and me; plants in a beauty salon window.
clockwise above: pere et fils in Sushi Nanaimo; pink blossoms on a side street; white blossoms;
Apparently the community policing budget is so tight, they offer a shredding service nearby; a typical stairway of a two storey building on East Hastings St; looks like a wild rose tree; pop-up-plaza, one of six on Vancouver streets, closed to traffic but a nice place to sit, eat and watch people. This one is at Kamloops and East Hastings.
Above: clockwise–a shop with incense, heavy jewelry and fabrics; store window for Easter; my local library; panoramic view of the Iron Workers Memorial Second Narrows Bridge
Featured image: Deep Forest by Emily Carr (c. 1931), Canadian 1871-1945