Living in Canada, we’re all used to snow. You don’t have to be from the Arctic to know that snow comes in many different types. Today we had a steady fall of one of the more pleasant kinds of snow, … Continue reading →
Nature Interaction. Nice to see that Harrison has got some new nature pics up on Pinterest. I love Harrison’s nature photos. He takes a slow and thoughtful approach, like today’s pictures of the ice and snow crystals on the plants.
PICA (Pacific Institute of Culinary Arts) Granville Island Tour, Vancouver, B.C. I did this tour with Chef Julian Bond in June 2011. Granville Island is fun to visit anyway, but with Chef Julian it was even better. If you like … Continue reading →
This picture says everything you need to know about my stop in Mirror on August 23, 2007. In the morning, three of us drove to a nice canoe launching spot not particularly close to Mirror. Two people floated away and … Continue reading →
Recently, I found out it’s not hard to visit the Houses of Parliament if the House is in session. Lots of times, I’ve looked at this magnificent building, the Palace of Westminster, inside of which the Parliament of the United … Continue reading →
One thing I like about flying is taking pictures from the air. Yesterday I finished up a very hasty drive from Calgary to Vancouver. The weather was clear, sunny, not too hot – in short, a pleasant day to be … Continue reading →
Another hasty post, done in the arrivals area at YYC (Calgary International Airport). Mountains in Alberta are blue, tall, sharp, massive and individual. Mountains in BC are gentle shades of blue ranging from dark to light. The ranges fill the … Continue reading →
Fish Creek Provincial Park is in the city of Calgary, Alberta (where I live) but it definitely doesn’t feel urban. We went for a dog walk there today. Two dogs, three humans, so I got to take pictures and the … Continue reading →