Mark Lewis 153
 
Nanaimo, British Columbia
Semi-retired software writer. I play Tuba and Percussion... just not at the same time. Photography is a casual hobby and, although I have a rather good camera, many of my photos are taken with my phone. Hoping to travel more and looking for those "special" serene areas.
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Coal Harbour, Vancouver, British ColumbiaCoal HarbourVancouver, British ColumbiaAs I was walking the Stanley Park seawall, I noticed a photographer and her subject unexpectedly get caught by the incoming tide. This shot...Boulevard de Clichy, Paris, FranceBoulevard de ClichyParis, FranceA local merchant enjoying the warm evening air, along a great street for exploring Montmartre and people watching.Elora Gorge Conservation Area, Ontario, CanadaElora Gorge Conservation AreaOntario, CanadaAlong the Elora Gorge trail. A beautiful trail and river that runs past a quaint village with several artisan shops.The Sanderson Centre for the Performing Arts, Brantford, OntarioThe Sanderson Centre for the Performing ArtsBrantford, OntarioWhat an incredible, historic theatre in the heart of Brantford.Sylvia Hotel in Vancouver, Vancouver, British ColumbiaSylvia Hotel in VancouverVancouver, British ColumbiaThis very old hotel has kept it's "charm" (perhaps a little too well in the rooms) and has a great restaurant with a wonderful view overlooking...Museum of Anthropology, British Columbia, CanadaMuseum of AnthropologyBritish Columbia, CanadaThe variety of historic and aboriginal artifacts and art here is so massive, it's almost overwhelming.Neck Point Park, Nanaimo, British ColumbiaNeck Point ParkNanaimo, British ColumbiaThis small park has a variety of shoreline and different forested types of areas. Great for a stroll. Also known as one of the best places to scuba...English Bay, Vancouver, British ColumbiaEnglish BayVancouver, British ColumbiaBC has the best sunsets. A quickly grabbed this one handed shot with my phone as I was rushing home with takeout from one of the local, wonderful...Seawall, Vancouver, British ColumbiaSeawallVancouver, British ColumbiaThe seawall around Stanley Park. Occasionally closed in winter due to ice and landslides (as was the case here). Otherwise a great 10k (approx)...English Bay Beach Park, Vancouver, British ColumbiaEnglish Bay Beach ParkVancouver, British ColumbiaMounties (in regular attire) doing a sunset patrol, occasionally stopping to chat with curious tourists and awe-struck children.Bowen Park, Nanaimo, British ColumbiaBowen ParkNanaimo, British ColumbiaA wonderful city Park with a river and small falls that rushes to trickles, depending upon the time of year. But the moss during the fall rains is...Little Qualicum Falls Provincial Park, British Columbia, CanadaLittle Qualicum Falls Provincial ParkBritish Columbia, CanadaA lovely trail follows a river with rushing water and a couple of waterfalls.Malaspina Galleries, Gabriola, British ColumbiaMalaspina GalleriesGabriola, British ColumbiaGabriola Island is full of quiet, beautiful areas to just chill, but this is the most fascinating. Water-carved sandstone is common on the islands...Westwood Lake, Nanaimo, British ColumbiaWestwood LakeNanaimo, British ColumbiaA nice 6K walk/run loop trail (and adjacent bike trails) nestled up against the base of Mt Benson.lost lagoon, Vancouver, British Columbialost lagoonVancouver, British ColumbiaA perfect end to a walk through Stanley Park. Plenty colourful ducks, great blue herons, squirrels and the occasional raccoon. I recommend walking...Elk Falls, Campbell River, British ColumbiaElk FallsCampbell River, British ColumbiaAs you can freely walk pretty much wherever you like on the easy and serene loop trail, I'm standing right at the edge of the 25 metre (90') high...Lake Louise, AlbertaLake LouiseAlbertaPassing through on a wintery October day. Lots of tourists by the car and bus loads, but a walk further along the lake was more peaceful.
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