Yesterday I took advantage of the sunny conditions to walk across Burnaby, on a path that took me through Deer Lake Park - not exactly preserved greenscape, since it was logged to the nubs ninety years ago, but protected nonetheless. There were spots in there where you could easily forget you're standing in the middle of Metro Vancouver - just the sound of the rustling wind and not much else.
This photo was taken from the path that follows the north shore of Deer Lake, and was taken with a lower shutter speed than usual. I've been experimenting with that recently.
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