Orchids are a marvellous part of the Dominican landscape.
There are many kinds, including the vanilla orchid that is native to the island. They weren’t blooming when we visited, but here’s a beautiful white one that was.
And one more.
There are many magnificent things in the world; in this 20/20 year, we need to see that.
Greetings from the lovely orchids of Dominican Republic. 🙂
I hope your last Monday of the year …
… is a terrific one.
Warm New Year’s greetings to everyone. 🙂
I am enjoying the warmth. 🙂
My M on the beach.
Wherever you are, I hope you are enjoying the warmth of family, friends, weather, or the freedom of your own space.
We recently took a short trip to Tofino, British Columbia. It’s famous for its stunning beaches, surf, fabulous old-growth forests, and as a gateway to eco-travelling.
Many people also come to Tofino in the fall to see the storm waves crashing on the shore.
Tofino is on the Pacific Ocean, and the next stop is Japan. Those waves have plenty of time to work up a good head of steam before throwing themselves at the land.
The power of the waves pushed this giant log ashore; a surfer could be a very easy matter.
This beautiful location on the western edge of Vancouver Island is a total jewell.
Who says Canada is a cold country? A photo from my walk today around Victoria’s inner harbour.
And another from later this evening.
Greetings from beautifully sunny, spring-is-sprung Victoria. 🙂
I am on holidays right now and am taking a little breather to Vancouver Island.
We left this morning via ferry from West Vancouver and are heading to Nanaimo.
Here’s a photo of our crossing through Howe Sound.
We are taking a few days to relax. 🙂
Whether you celebrate Easter in a
religious context or just enjoy a secular bunny egg, have a great holiday weekend. 🙂
All these yellow flowers are fabulous. 🙂