I’ve been hiding in Prince George, Northern British Columbia’s capital, all winter. Needless to say, we get snow and lots of it. Having the dog, Angus, with me here, I’ve enjoyed going for long walks daily with the dog. It’s nice now that the snow is gone, as it makes walking easier and less clothing required, but walking in the snow is also a beautiful thing.
Behind my parents house in Prince George is a hill. At the top of that hill is UNBC, the University of Northern British Columbia. When I was a younger resident of PG this university was built, and has since become one of the more respected universities when talking about forestry schooling.
When I take the dog for walks, I like to head up the hill. Naturally as a photographer, I carry my camera with me. On a particularly nice afternoon I took some photographs!
I bet there aren’t too many universities in the world who can say they have regular bear, moose, and deer warnings.
I found particularly interesting the greenhouse. I wish I had gone inside to walk around and take photographs of the pretty flowers! Of all the things I saw, of all the beautiful wood detailing and modern architecture, I was most fascinated with the electrical car plugin center I found. Revolutionary!