The thaw begins; a pregnant drop and branch seemingly take the form of Michelangelo's Hand of God
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For Whom the Bell Tolls
Vancouver's Lions Gate Bridge on a typical cloudy, wet day.
A branch with buds beginning to grow gets a reality check.
A seagull, normally not very welcome in Vancouver, nonetheless creates a beautiful morning scene close to Granville Island.
A close-up of one of millions of leaves paving the sidewalks in Vancouver.
Hanging In There
A figure stands seemingly suspended in the water, looking out to the ocean and mountains beyond as the sun starts its daily travels.
A Very Small Lighthouse Indeed
Huge clouds rolling in dwarf a small lighthouse at the end of Trial Island, near Victoria, BC.
A Few Drops
A rather wet day at the beach. If you look really closely at the image at full resolution, you can see some of the waterdrops hovering in the air.
A view underneath a Saskatoon bridge, the industrial underside shows it's beauty in geometry.
A wonderfully flat beach up at Parksville shows pools and rivers of water left behind by the retreating tide.
Beach at Night
A nighttime exposure shows a beach covered with pebble-like rocks, each gently glowing from the fading twilight.
A Fine Balance
A show of rocks, improbably perched, graces the Stanley Park waterfront.
The View from Above
Hikers admire the view from atop Mt. Albert Edward in Strathcona Park.
I'd Get Out of There
A pedestrian takes an unwise promenade as wind-lashed waves break along the length.
A Tad Breezy?
Victoria got hit hard by the wind, and I had a chance to take a few photos of the waves. I could only stand it for a few minutes, the wind was blowing so hard, my cheeks were puffing out and I had to brace myself.
Lapping waves play on the sandy beach, revealing the texture of the sand as they withdraw and leave a sheen.
Heavy rains quickly transform a small mountain stream into a raging torrent.
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