…in this beautiful place where — somehow — the fates have granted leave for me to stay.
The evening murder began to gather just as the sky turned pink tonight, and I was stuck in traffic, giving me plenty of time to get a bunch of shots.
A bit hard to see with the size of this photo, but many thousands of crows began to collect in preparation for their evening fly-by — a Vancouver staple that has to be seen to be believed.
Then, just as I was crossing the Second Narrows Bridge, the sun began to set, bathing the city in sky-fire…
Another iPhone shot…not the greatest quality, but at least a taste of the beauty painted on the sky.
By the time I got to Ambleside, the sun had set, and Gracie’s pearls reflected in the water below the Lions Gate.
A beautiful night in the city…
PS — Know a reluctant reader? A new site has just sprung up aimed squarely at those who struggle with reading, and those who would help them find their way. It’s called KEEN READERS and it is the brainchild of CWILL author Pam Withers and a few others. Check it out HERE.