Wandered around Stanley Park in Vancouver a little a few weeks ago. The bright sunny morning turned out to be a bit of a challenge… but some turned out:
And yes, I was “attacked” shortly after…
They are going to cut this down as its a safety hazard now. Apparently they don’t want someone to get it across the head. Attractive blue fence ain’t it?
I love this bridge:
Big storm a few winters ago just completely decimated this part of the park. Before there was no way you’d see the ocean from here…
Virtually all of these are with the Canon 100mm f/2.8 macro. Not easy to macro hand held!
My favorite here – the rest under the link:
And now for something completely different:
Due to overwhelming requests for pictures of lichen (okay, just one), here we go:
Pasque Flower (Pulsatilla vulgaris) before opening:
Sadly all my shots of two ants “fighting” on this flower did not turn out. Guess pollen is really worth it…
Picked up the EW-83E lens hood for my Canon 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 wide angle. Its large and scary and cool looking. 🙂 A bit of an awkward size to store though.
Just some pics from the backyard. Be warned bee blanchers, there are bees behind the link below!
First, my favorite of the bunch….
Oh, and a spider too!
This guy has been sitting on the edge of my iMac for a week. Every time I think he’s dead I get the end of a pencil near him and he attacks it. I wonder how long this will last.