The days get shorter as do the walks
It was one of those Sundays (not raining) when you really want to just
get out and do something. Eric,Gabi and Mark were available so we
went over to Eric's house and from there went for a walk in Stanley
Park. It isn't particularly warm out so it wasn't going to be a
Vancouver has been getting more and more public art -
art installations have been popping up all over.
The walk is of course beautiful. Those higher latitude afternoons
have raking light even fairly early in the day.
Perhaps not as nice a Sunday, but still a "I
have to get out"
kind of day. We decided to take the short walk around Lynn
Canyon. Lynn canyon stands in contrast to Capilano canyon -
a large tourist destination on the North shore. The suspension
bridge isn't as high or as long but it is free and scary.
Once on the other side you go for a hike in a logged
forest with old growth stumps.
If you turn South (right) You walk down to the twin
falls bridge and then return the parking lot in a half hour long
If you turn north (left) you come up to a great summer swimming hole -
a pool below a set of canyons.
Returning to the parking lot, we were loosing the sun
to sunset and fog. We returns to civilization and a great Mexican
Tags: Stanley Park(4), long exposure(3), hiking(3), river(2), mushroom(2), stump(2)
People: Eric(5), Mark(4), Gabi(3)
From: John Harvey Photo > Blogs for 2020 to 2005 > November 2005
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