December ushered in a fresh dose of stormy weather, following November’s sharp, clear snapping cold (unusual for balmy Vancouver).
And outside the window….a rare snowmelt image
Let’s talk about nesting and spring cleaning, OK?
Is last year’s OK with you too?
January and a hint of spring at Sunset beach, possibly THE most sundrenched mainland edge of the Pacific north west coast…. ships wait at anchor on a painted dusk of seacolors.
Ships of summers past – inspired by forest, engineered by artists, wood takes to the sea in my seasonal collection of beautiful watercraft, historic work and play vessels, some dating to the early 20th century. Next Post- tripping inland to 1800s and a Gold Rush past.
More False Creek water images –
BC’s famed historic Steamship “Master”
“Deerleap”visiting Vancouver from California and Oregon
View of “Freedom” – with a few splashes of good luck on the ferry from seagull-sam!
– from huge false creek ships to tiny one-person craft
– and the music of summer sounds sweet at Port Moody’s celebration of wood summer festival
VISIT THE FUN PAPERGIRL LINK FOR WONDERFUL JULY ART IN VANCOUVER’S YALETOWN AT THE ROUNDHOUSE!