Project 365 Photos: #73
This noble Haida totem pole stands at White Rock Beach in British Columbia, overlooking the peaceful bay. There are a pair of these beautiful works of art and I’ve loved them since the minute they were erected, in 1998. I grew up learning about the indigenous people of the pacific northwest, and their art and culture have impacted so many parts of my life. These poles are a beautiful reminder to gentle with our environment and our neighbours.
Project 365 Photos: #70
I got a little sidetracked by the good weather and school Spring Break last week, so I have to make up for the photos I didn’t post. Otherwise, I’ll never make it to 365 in time for the New Year!!! Bear with me, folks.
This is the lone tulip that is about to burst open in my garden. Kind of pathetic standing all alone.
Project 365 Photos: #69
These glorious old trees line both sides of the street around the corner from my home. I love to pause as I walk across the street to get the full effect of this cherry extravaganza (they’re probably plum trees and I’m getting it completely wrong)! We’ve been lucky this year because it hasn’t been raining, and the blossoms get a chance to absolutely show off. How lucky am I?!