Sunflowers in Vancouver

Written By: jeff

Posted On: January 10th, 2014

All around the Vancouver Boat Harbor,  are several flower beds with all sorts of colorful varieties. I was there jsut as fall was hitting and many, like these sunflowers, were on their last leg. Even though they were slowly wilting away, I couldn’t help but see a bit of beauty hanging on. And, now that winter has its firm grip on the northern hemisphere, I thought we could all use a touch of natural color. Enjoy these week’s Suh-Weet shot from Canada, and remember, it’s only a few more months until a fresh crop of sunflowers will come into bloom.

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2 Responses to “Sunflowers in Vancouver”

  1. Craig says:

    I find autumn to be both beautiful and depressing. Depressing, because, like your sunflowers, you know that the flowers are dying and winter is on its way. Great picture

  2. Miguel says:

    Vancouver has got to be one of my favorite places on earth, and one the best spots is Grandville Island. I love the colorful aromas of fresh food. Eating a sandwich while looking at the peers is something
    unforgettable. Great photo Jeff

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