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Out On A Limb

This is another photo that surprised me when I looked more closely at it.  If you look to the left-hand edge of the crane’s arm, you will see a man.  When I took the photo I was more interested in … Continue reading

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Conflict and the Ideal Union – The Problem of Opposite Personalities in Relationships

This is one of the scenes that presented itself to me this morning while having coffee on the front patio of our little villa in Playa Jaco.  It reminded me of any number of conflicts between types, psychological/personality types, that … Continue reading

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The Sunshine Coast – Extraverted Intuition

I took this photo during our visit to Sechelt where a good number of our extended family lives.  Like our visit to Vancouver Island and to Vancouver, the rain stopped when it was time for a bit of exercise.    Most … Continue reading

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Golden Eagle in Flight

There are two types of eagles found in BC, Bald Eagles and Gold Eagles.  Of course, the Bald Eagle is very easy to spot with its very distinctive white head and tail.  The Gold Eagle appears dark as if flies.  … Continue reading

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Two Raccoons in Stanley Park

While walking along the pathway near the end of a long walk around the park, just as I was about to reach the Lost Lagoon, I heard a commotion in the brush alongside the path.  For a moment I thought … Continue reading

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Spotted Towhee

I found this bird, a Spotted Towhee, while walking through Vancouver’s Stanley Park in late November.  I also saw a number Spotted Towhee’s on Vancouver Island and found them to be quite sociable birds.  Towhees are rather noisy birds as … Continue reading

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Oyster Catcher

I found this bird in Stanley Park and was entertained by her as well as the crows who were busy feasting on oysters and clams along the sea’s edge.  The birds would drop the shells onto the stones then pick … Continue reading

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Reflections in the Hollow of a Tree

The west coast photo series continues with this photo taken in Stanley Park in central Vancouver.  With a lot of rain over the previous two weeks, Vancouver was soaked to the saturation point.  A lack of sunshine meant that drying … Continue reading

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Traces of Rain

Like I mentioned in a recent post, the time I spent in British Columbia was blessed with rain and constant overcast skies.  We were wise in taking our umbrellas on the trip with us so that we could enjoy a … Continue reading

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Dark-Eyed Junco at Oyster River

While at my brother-in-law’s home at Oyster River on Vancouver Island I got a shot of this little guy, a Dark-Eyed Junco.  He was one of a small crowd of birds that was busy at the bird feeder.  It reminded … Continue reading

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