Saturday, September 16, 2006


In this last week or so, without my camera, I've realized how important it can be to not only experience something but also, to have proof that you actually did. This or any other trip would be no less memorable had I not had photos to show for it, but it's the images themselves that seem to make those memories last.
A bit of Vancouver, brought to you by me and also, Alamo Car Rental.
(Thank you, Alamo!)
Heading downtown


The neighborhood bookstore

Lion's Gate Bridge

The rock balancerAnother of life's mysteries
Cricket, anyone?
You knew I had to throw some boats in
Mountains in the morning
Beach in the afternoon


RunnerGirlFL said...

Those, as usual with your pictures, are fantastic!! NEVER LOSE YOUR CAMERA AGAIN!! The rocks are cool and the mountians look great!!

Ginger Breadman said...

Beautiful photos! I haven't been up there in a while - the pictures bring back good memories.

GirlGoyle said...

What's the story on the rock balancer?? That is just odd. Cool, but odd. The man got too much time on his hands or what?

Sister Buckle said...

The rock balancer! I only saw this for the first time about 2 days ago when I came across the images totally by accident when I was looking for something else on Google! And now it's here!

That is some freaky s**t!

Seriously - THAT rock balancer, on THAT shore, doing his thing. Just by accident. On Google.

Have to try and remember what I was actually looking up...

justrun said...

RGF- Thanks. I never want to lose it again either.

Ginger- It's a beautiful place.

GG- That man had more patience than I'll ever know. He seemed a little eccentric but hey, who isn't?

SB- What a strange coincidence. It will not be our leaders that bring the world together, it will be the internet and namely, Google.

Josh said...

I am still amazed that you got your camera back at all! Nice shots.

justacoolcat said...

I've always wanted to visit Vancouver.Nice pics, I really like the rock balancing. It was you wasn't it? Come on, you can tell us.