Thanks to BC Ferries for hosting Stream of Dreams Murals Society festivals at their ferry terminals today!
I got to take part in the event at Horseshoe Bay, and it was a blast.
We engaged folks in conversation about maintaining healthy watersheds, and had them paint Dreamfish that will eventually be installed as a mural at the terminal.
All drains lead to fish habitat!
While waiting for our vehicle to be serviced this morning, I wandered Still Creek in Burnaby, BC, and got a few photos of several Great Blue Herons.
I love how much wildlife there is in Burnaby!
Dang this gym rat, er, cat, is tough. Lower! Lower! Hold it! Longer!
Have not been stretching enough recently. . .
The house queen of flex and stretch is not impressed : – )
In human terms, she’s nearly 20 years older than I am.
This is only the second time that I’ve captured one of these beauties with a camera.
I stopped by One Mile Lake near Pemberton, BC, today on my way home after camping overnight.
I did an overnight camping trip to Nairn Falls Provincial Park south of Pemberton, BC.
Gorgeous sunset last night!
Shot from our balcony this morning.
Got a couple of shots of the sun setting toward the end of my delivery shift today at English Bay in Vancouver.
And then on the way home, this. . .
Volunteers from the Byrne Creek Streamkeepers Society had a great time volunteering at World Rivers Day at the Burnaby Heritage Village today.
I shot several hundred photos of the festivities and when I get them winnowed down I’ll post them to a Flickr album.
Facebook reminded me today of this shot I posted four years ago, part of a Flickr album of a walk around Burnaby Lake.
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