I love being a tourist in my hometown and exploring its corners on food tours, history tours, walking tours, and farm tours. One time of year when I go on the most tours is around Halloween. From Ghostly Walks in Victoria to Sins of the City at the Vancouver Police Museum, we’re coming up on […]
Archive of posts tagged "autumn"
The VanDusen Botanical Garden is known for its annual events that range from bonsai shows and bulb sales to the Festival of Lights. Before stormy autumn winds blew the remainder of the city’s fiery leaves into the gutters, I thought it would be a good time for a photowalk. These 55 acres that were once […]
Throughout the year Liberty Wine Merchants hosts fundraising events featuring delectable sips and nibbles in exceptional settings. Next week is their final event of the year: Fall into Market on Granville Island. Photo credit: John Bollwitt on Flickr Where The Net Loft on Granville Island When Thursday, November 4th from 7:30pm until 9:30pm Tickets Available […]
This morning we headed out for a photowalk, leaving behind the glassy towers of the City to walk among the greens, reds, oranges and yellows of autumn in Stanley Park. The trails reminded me of milk-soaked cereal as the dry, crunchy leaves covered the moist and muddied forest floor. The shallow and dried up path-side […]
I’ve been lucky enough to experience two autumns in New England where trees donning technicolour leaves cover the hillside, like an old quilt on a lumpy bed. Here in Vancouver our fall season usually means early sunsets, misty mornings, and grey skies for days. We see the return of the rain while orange and yellow […]