Autumn in Vancouver, BC

Posted on 5th March 2015 in explored, nature, wandering

Seasons are perhaps one of the most solid testaments to the dynamic nature of life on earth. It just so happens that in Vancouver, BC, it’s particularly mild with frequent rain. This makes for lovely growing weather for plants and shrubs and sitting around on the beach! It also requires a constant umbrella and scarf once you’re out of those summer months, just in case.

These photographs were taken in October.

Also, there are bunnies in the parks around Kits beach and Jericho beach.

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Last Waltz in an Old Park

Posted on 9th July 2012 in nature, wandering

For the last two years I’ve lived on Cariboo Hill in Burnaby, just on the outskirts of New Westminster and on the other side, Vancouver. It was a beautiful residential area, the only problem being that it wasn’t that close or walking distance to things, any thing. To the grocer, skytrain, laundry, or pubs and restaurants I had to drive my car to get to.

Anyways, like I said, it was a beautiful place and one of the things I enjoyed most with my time there was that I was able to walk around the neighborhood and there were many gardens that were filled with flowers. I like my flowers.

This was one of my last walks through the area, in a perfect season for fresh flowers! Yes, there was lots of sakura!

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An Early Fall Wandering

Posted on 10th October 2011 in nature, wandering

So, it’s early fall here in Vancouver, which means things are just starting to turn, but not much yet. Flowers are dying because it’s getting colder, and blue skies are becoming rare-er. So, Yesterday was a blue sky day, so I went a wandering:

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Sakura in Vancouver

Posted on 20th May 2011 in adventure, nature, photojournalism

I live in Burnaby, which is extremely close to Vancouver, which is known worldwide for its sakura festival, or cherry blossom festival. This year, I made it a goal to go out and capture as much of it as possible.

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