"Autumn shows us how beautiful it is to let things go." - Unknown
Even with the pandemic, the days have melded and swiftly flown. With the re-election of a Liberal minority government I can somewhat relax believing this was the better outcome, particularly for child-care and climate change issues. The alarming heat of summer is a haunting memory. Rain is back along with my favourite season. Autumn leaves have not yet fallen to any degree; blooms still cling to their stems. It is a time when we perhaps foolishly take for granted that everything old will be new again. Here are random scenes I captured on recent walks. I gave some a painterly look. I am surmising that the house (several pictures below) is being lifted due to potential future flooding. The slightest rise of the sea makes a world of difference to our coastlines.
|Still the kid I used to be|
Visit Postcards From Penelope Puddle and Penelope Puddlisms: BC Life Is A Whale Of A Ride to view more West Coast scenes.
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