I am jumping in at the letter "C" for this round of ABC Wednesday. Perhaps, Colourful Community will also apply to a few fences at the beginning of the post that I include as my Contribution to TexWisGirl's Good Fences meme. Many thanks to her and to the Chipper ABC volunteers for their, Consistently Conscientious Comments that encourage us to participate.
The blue fence behind this busker at Granville Island is not a spectacular one, but it sure has seen some fine acts in its day. I didn't have time to set up for this shot. It was a surprise. Just part of his warm-up, though his show had to do with very different talents than the flip he nonchalently threw in here.
the way he made the suitcase appear to be in Control.
here is Colour and Character in every Community. Watch long enough and it is sure to Come out. Five balls in the air here. Wow!
This is another non-spectacular fence at Olympic Village. Black Jack liked it, though. No telling what one Can Catch in that view.
Last Sunday, we sat in a lovely garden on Burrard Street.
This purpose of this next fence is a bit of a Conundrum. It is at the bottom of a fountain at Stanley Park, but with the recent drought, many of the fountains have been drained dry. Not much colour here, but I love the play of light and shadow.
This is part of the Stanley Park seawall. I've shown it many times, but with that colourful beach umbrella, i thought it made a rather fun photo. Just behind the fence is a swimming pool. People have the choice of fresh water in the pool..
That Concludes the fence portion of the post, but the letter "C" portion continues.
Two new words Caught my eye at the Phronistery site. "Caballine" pertains to anything horse-related, so I guess riding in the wagon behind that team of horses that we saw at Stanley Park yesterday could be described as Caballine entertainment.
She loves to pose for the camera but thought it time for lunch in this last photo.
But to get back to our ride to Stanley Park and walk through the rose gardens, it was comforting to see that there is still Colour in Vancouver, in spite of several months of low rainfall.
make the colours around it all the more Commoving (new word for me, meaning "emotionally exciting or galvanizing").
of the production. His name is Danny Balkwill (but to keep the "C" theme going he plays the Cop in the show). Here he does an amazing performance with an 11-year-old girl. She wasn't in the show but I believe she is one of his students. If you have time for this, I do believe you will be Chuffed. Many thanks, as always, for stopping by. Have a wonderful rest of your Friday!