- At the feet of Giants
- Pebble Waterfall
The rains of late have created a fine patina on the pebbles on the Gorge waterway
- Winter Trees
Victoria is only really used to a smattering of snow, appearing for a few days and then washed away by the winter rains. This copse had barely shed its fall foliage when snow rimed its windward trunks during the shortest days of the year.
- Lost Orcas
Murals decorate brick walls of buildings in the downtown core of Victoria and in many other cities. 1252 Wharf Street is visible from the Johnson Street Bridge and shows black and white orcas moving through ocean waters. Time and the salt air has eaten into the painted bricks causing the images to fade from view…
- Petr and Amie
All is golden in the late afternoon sun
- Grizzly Feeding
In the fall, the Homathko Band guide guests up the river from Bute Inlet to view the Grizzlies feeding on salmon. This is one of two sisters who were playing in shallows looking lunch.
- Funky Meeting Music
Ollie and Michael of Funky Meeting perform at the North Park Pop-up Market on November 14th.
- Fall Skies
Early mornings have been dark but with the time change about to occur, sunrise will be something we will be able to enjoy for a few more weeks.
A drizzly November walk with Roger the dog led me to one of the many laneways that intersect the neighbourhood.