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I have often admired this Maple tree in the Summer with it's beautiful foliage.

This time of year you can see it's bare bones, beautiful all the same.

Along the Nicomekl River, South Surrey, BC

 

I am attaching below a similar shot posted some time ago taken the same evening.

A nice Winter sunny interlude at Crescent Beach.

Night closes in on the Nicomekl River, South Surrey, BC

Crescent Beach, South Surrey, British Columbia Throwback Thursday - 10-21-2013 • About MeFacebookTwitterInstagramGoogle+TumblerPinterest

 

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The Redwood Grove at Redwood Park in South Surrey.

Per the City of Surrey web site:

"Redwood Park was once part of the homestead of early pioneer, David Brown. When his twin sons, David and Peter, were 21 years old, he gave them each 40 acres on the hilltop which had been logged. They immediately began to replant it with exotic species of trees from around the world.

David and Peter lived on the property all their lives, becoming more solitary and eccentric. Eventually, they built a 2-storey treehouse, which they lived in for many years. It burned down more than once, but it has been rebuilt and is still a feature of the park.

- See more at: www.surrey.ca/culture-recreation/2187.aspx "

Now a park, it has a wonderful collection of well established trees. This is a grove of redwoods that give the park it's name.

The sun came out today, but the last few days have been on the damp side.

I came across this little waterfall in Crescent Park. It was even more impressive the day before, but I didn't have my tripod with me.

I had to return to catch this.

Crescent Beach Pier, MudBay, South Surrey, BC, Canada 01-26-2014 • About MeFacebookTwitterInstagramGoogle+TumblerPinterest

 

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Also on my walk yesterday.

Winter Textures at Crescent Beach.

We don't have any snow at the moment, but interesting clouds, bare trees, grasses, rocks

More fun with a film camera and a wide lens, then I processed the heck out of it for Happy Slider Sunday!

The clouds just off the point of Blackie Spit, just where the Nicomekl River meets the bay. HSS

1001 Steps at Ocean Park, South Surrey 05-10-2014 • About MeFacebookTwitterInstagramGoogle+TumblerPinterest

 

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A pair of Mallards seem to be quite happy with the wet weather we have been having! :-)

Burnaby from Crescent Beach in South Surrey, BC.

More experimenting using my 50 year old Super Takumar 55mm f1.8 on my Nikon using an adapter.

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Sunset over the Nicomekl River at Ward's Marina, Elgin Heritage Park, Surrey, BC ~ 08-21-2014 • About MeFacebookTwitterInstagramGoogle+TumblerPinterest

 

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Train travels around Boundary Bay and Semiahmoo Bay from Canada to the US ~ Crescent Beach, Surrey, BC, Canada

There was a time when windshield wipers were considered a pretty big deal. Crescent Beach Invitational Concours d'Elegance, South Surrey, BC. September 1, 2012.

Sunset seen from White Rock Pier...

 

White Rock, BC, Canada

 

Heron Park, near Crescent Beach, appropriately with a Heron topiary in the flower bed.

Happy Bench Monday!

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Crescent, Beach BC - View across Boundary Bay towards Vancouver's North Shore mountains

A Winter view of Redwood Park in South Surrey.

Per the City of Surrey web site:

"Redwood Park was once part of the homestead of early pioneer, David Brown. When his twin sons, David and Peter, were 21 years old, he gave them each 40 acres on the hilltop which had been logged. They immediately began to replant it with exotic species of trees from around the world.

David and Peter lived on the property all their lives, becoming more solitary and eccentric. Eventually, they built a 2-storey treehouse, which they lived in for many years. It burned down more than once, but it has been rebuilt and is still a feature of the park.

- See more at: www.surrey.ca/culture-recreation/2187.aspx "

Now a park, it has a wonderful collection of well established trees including a grove of redwoods that give it it's name.

Sailboats at berth, Crescent Beach, BC

Final in the series, shot in Delta, on Mud Bay. These birds are very powerful for their size, both graceful and swift and seem to be very efficient in their survival skills. We are very lucky to have them living in our community.

White Rock, BC Canada

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