It was an absolutely gorgeous day in Vancouver yesterday - the sun was shining, the sky was the most incredible blue, and there was fresh snow on all of the mountains.
I spent the morning walking, first across my favorite bridge - the Burrard Street bridge - the one I see out my window every day, and then back into downtown across another bridge, the Granville Street bridge. What I don't like about the Granville bridge is that when you're walking, the railings on the outside of the sidewalks are just that - railings - and there's a big gap between the sidewalk and the bottom of the railings. As I'm walking, I can see right down into the water - and it's a LONG way down. Makes me a little nervous, though there was years (10 years ago) when I couldn't even have walked across that bridge.
Anyway, I'm including some photographs of what Vancouver looks like at its very best. I've finally figured out how to use my digital camera. It was never complicated, it's just that I love my Olympus and I didn't want to give it up. But using this is so easy, and getting the photos up on my blog is such a treat, that I'm pretty sure I won't go back to the regular camera, no matter how much I love it.