As I walked to Stanley Park, I was drawn to this beautiful magnolia tree I saw along the way. I loved how the sunlight hit the petals, bringing out that vibrant pink. I love light, and the contrast and effect it creates. The flowers smelled lovely too, so that wasn’t much of a hardship either.
“It’s sunny today. You’d better get out there and enjoy it while it lasts, because Vancouver is famous for its rainy days.” That’s what one of my roommates said to me at the hostel in downtown Vancouver. She was staying long-term on her working-holiday visa and had already experienced the many sides that this friendly,Continue reading “Sunny Vancouver”
Naturally I went up the look-out tower to get an amazing view over Vancouver. I love how close city and nature are here. I bet it must be great to only have to drive a short while to be smack dab in the middle of forests and mountains. I took these photos through the glassContinue reading “Through the looking glass”
Sunny days in Vancouver surely exist! I was treated to some gorgeous days, on which I went out to enjoy the city and its surroundings. On my way to Stanley Park, these beautiful, peachy coloured flowers grabbed my attention. Life sure is great when you get to spend your day enjoying nature.
Banff National Park in the springtime. Plenty of snow and ice still left on this gorgeous landscape filled with mountains, forest and rivers. We stopped by the side of the road for a quick photo break. The train tracks below got me wondering: where will the train go? What will it be like to journey throughContinue reading “Where will the train go?”
Canada, dear beautiful, gorgeous Canada. So much amazing nature in Alberta, it would take me ages to see it all. Banff N.P. is huge and so incredibly stunning. I don’t remember the names of these mountains, if they have specific names. I just love the river, the trees and the backdrop of these huge, impressive,Continue reading “Captain Kirk is climbing a mountain”
Approaching Lake Louise, Alberta, the landscape turned into the most amazing snowy picture perfect scenery. It felt like we were driving into the set of a Coca-cola commercial or a Christmas postcard. Tall trees covered in the most amazing powdery snow. I had never seen anything like it. Beautiful!
Early May in Alberta and Two Jack Lake is slowly being revealed thanks to the melting ice. The air was crisp and despite the cloudy skies, I highly enjoyed this beautiful view.