I recently learned of another park nearby; the Blinkhorn Nature Park, which has a wooded trail surrounding a small lake and today was the perfect day to check it out. For most of the way around the lake, the trail was far enough away that you could only catch the odd glimpse of the water through the trees. There was one nice approach to the lake that offered an interesting view, though.
Of course, the reflection in the water was so nice, I couldn’t resist flipping it 180°. The rest of my walk was an enjoyable one, surrounded by trees and the quiet chirping of little birds that were incredibly shy. They were also very quick and I never managed to make a photo of them.
After this brief walk, I wanted to spend more time in the sun, so I went down to the Sooke boardwalk & Rotary Pier. It’s a favourite because there is always something interesting to see and is a nice, relaxing walk.
The boardwalk itself makes for an interesting subject.
Seagulls are another regular subject for me. I believe this one’s name is Rob.
I had to draw a cartoon for a course this week and name it after an imaginary childhood friend. Its name was Robert…but didn’t look at all like this. I laughed when I saw your caption and the name scratched into the guardrail! Nice picture too.
I do agree with all of the ideas you’ve presented for your post. They’re really convincing and can definitely work. Still, the posts are very quick for beginners. May just you please extend them a bit from next time? Thanks for the post.