In the latter part of yesterday afternoon, Black Jack and I started out near David Lam Park and walked along the seawall and beach. A cormorant with shaggy white eyebrows stood out,among the others on this sculpture.
The cormorants are very busy right now gathering material for their nests under the bridge.
I thought ten dogs must be some sort of record.
This male House Finch was very handsome.
I am curious about this flower. I don't think I've seen one like it before.
There was a warm light over these trees by English Bay.
Autumn shades in May.
This seagull sat in the warm light and gazed out to sea.
A young man was doing flips. We talked and I gave him my blog address. He is working towards his dream. I admire his talent and his drive and am including a lot of pictures of him here (even though I am disappointed in the fuzzy focus) so that he can study his form.
I didn't ask this young man's name, but if he sees this, I would love the opportunity to photograph him again and hopefully improve my captures. If we don't meet, I send him my thanks for a delightful encounter and my best dream-realizing wishes.
A pink sandwich with blue filling,
Black Jack's fascination with shimmery water,
active skies over green trees and grass shadows,
a crane and a palm tree,
a playful dog,
and a golden sunset were some other fun moments that made this a very pleasant walk.
Thanks for visiting the blog. Happy Wednesday to you!