Yesterday, Bill, Black Jack and I were out and about on our bikes. There is definitely something about riding that invigorates and replenishes the spirit. We both felt it.
This field is near Science World. It was the perfect place to let Black Jack out of her basket for a free run.Her tail is normally curled tightly. I don't think I've ever seen it point straight up like this.
One ear up and a great big smile on her face.
We continued a bit further and I caught this White-crowned Sparrow preening a feather.
"Can't you see I'm very, very busy?"We sat on a rock for a few minutes absorbing a bit of the action on False Creek. Bill noticed this deflated Zodiac, an unusual sight.
Later, I took Black Jack for a walk near our Yaletown apartment. Tupper has no fear of my big lens and no fear of Black Jack.
I loved this crow's turned-in toes and blue highlights..
"Treat please, and make it quick."
"Am I your favourite or not?"
"Have you noticed me? I can come a little closer".I didn't know this dog, but s/he was curious about my crow/seagull friendships.
Where are you going? Come back!
This morning I rose early, hoping to see the sun rise. Tupper was our first sight of the day. I wonder where she spends her nights.
There was little drama in the sun rise but the subtle shades were enjoyable.
Some lovely white tulips,
the circle boulders,
shafts of light finding the buildings,
and a few pale pinks..
became a bit more visible about an hour after sunrise.
It was a tranquil..
start to my morning. Do you have some time to stop by Our World Tuesday? It's a great place to see the world without going far at all. Happy Tuesday, everyone.