I just can't over how vibrant the colours are this year. This red actually made me pull over and take a picture.
I took a shipwreck tour through Mountain View Cemetery put on by Emily Carr University's Charles H. Scott Gallery. We learned about the SS Princess Sophia disaster of 1918, then I hung around after to take some photos.
I went to the Parade of Lost Souls tonight with some friends. It was pretty cool how creative the participants
were with their decorations, costumes and characters. Just another reason why Vancouver is unique.
This leaf met a brutal death after falling from its tree. What are the odds?
I like that this playground equipment makes me think of Buckminster Fuller and science.
I took a little trip to Vancouver Island today to photograph a project for Alfred Waugh Architects, the Chemainus
First Nations Preschool. The evening light couldn't have been more perfect, despite the rainy, overcast afternoon.
This is the red and green combination I enjoy..not that commercial Christmas red and green.
I was walking back to my car and saw this bright pink flower being pelted by the rain.
I met up with a couple friends to check out the opening of VanDusen Botanical Garden's new Visitor Centre designed by Perkins + Will. We found some fantastical Amanita Muscaria mushrooms beside the car and
poked at them a bit (some were already broken). The "spots" on top of that little one at the bottom of the photo
were aligned in a band across the top which was weird. And I'll be honest, the more I thought about these mushrooms for the rest of the night, the more they creeped me out. I think it's the way their thick stem grows
out of the ground that gives me the willies.