Today was absolutely the most beautiful day I've seen in Vancouver. The sun shone all day and giant cumulus cloud hung mid-way above the horizon, accentuating the mountain tops below them and the startling blue above.
I had to drive to Richmond this morning to be trained on a box office ticketing system. Did I mention I was volunteering for a local film festival? I've met some fantastic people while providing myself with the option of ongoing procrastination, and plenty of shortcuts to insanity.
What? What about writing?
No, I haven't got much done. But I'll make up for it. I promise.
To distract you, here are a lot of pictures. None of them are from today, though. Luckily, the battery in camera was dead while I was driving, 'cause I seriously would've taken photos while driving on the Granville Bridge. The view was breathtaking. In hindsight, photography while driving is probably not the wisest activity to undertake. So here are some of the photos I have taken in the past four weeks.
The lichen and the mushroom photos are for Tammy. I'm sorry the mushrooms on the stump photo isn't better. It was taken in Stanley Park, and the battery died right after I snapped that shot.
A View from Stanley Park
Lichen II or "Muppet Trees"
Totem Zoom, Stanley Park
Title Not Required
Yes, But Do You Love Each Other in Esperanto?
Even More Water
Back in the Day, A Sculpture Could be Called This Without Sounding Provocative
I Had Never Seen Wood Ducks Before
That day I also saw a heron and two eagles.
Large Container Ship Prompted Thoughts of Consumerism and Globalization
The View From the Living Room Where I Am Residing
Coal Harbour Sea Walk
City of Glass
Coal Harbour Seawalk II
They Just Call It De Dutch
De Dutch II
Nancy Drew, but Shannon Falls
Can you believe I bothered to steal that joke? Like it's not lame enough?
Breakfast in Whistler or Do Not Question Good Fortune
The View during Breakfast was Better than this Photo
The following photos were taken last Sunday on the way to the Chinese New Year's Day parade.
On the Way to Chinatown
Reflection of an Ice Pig or How Not to Take A Picture
It's okay to take photos of other people's children if they're this cute and blurry
This Kid's Braid was Fake and Attached to his Hat!
Cool Dude Taking Photos
That's the Falun Dafa group drumming in yellow behind him.
Hipster Dude with Pinwheels on his Bike
Choy Cheng (Thank you, Google)
Choy Cheng - Zoom
Year of the Very Modern Pig
That was in a shop window.
Red and Green
That's it for now. I hope that will keep you entertained for at least three minutes.