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cropped-stanley-park-vancouver-bc-005.jpg Stanley Park, Vancouver BC Stanley Park Vancouver BC 006Copyrite Phyllis L. Holt

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Stanley Park, Vancouver BC Copyright Phyllis L. Holt

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Hopefully, you’ll enjoy some of these (lost but found treasures, ok, perhaps it’s just me and they are memories)  so have a look, see what you think.



  1. Margarita says:

    Beautiful, Phyllis. I especially like that last one! 😉 xoxoM


  2. Loving these, I remember Vancouver, I visited the Gas town (actually I later went out with one of the men who made that gas clock). from the dating site, it’s a small world.


  3. Sumyanna says:

    They look gorgeous!! Beautiful images.


  4. Sometimes my thousands of trees make me crazy, as when we have a gazillion caterpillars eating them or they are blowing over in storms … but most of the time, I’m thrilled to have them nearby. They keep us in touch with the soul of the earth, don’t they?


    • Yes, they do indeed. I feel the same. They give without question, cleaning the air, giving of their beauty their majestic presence. They give us shade, protection from the elements and ask nothing in return, standing stalwart and tall. I can’t say enough about them tbh.


  5. damarisb513 says:

    I love these! I can’t wait to see this place in real life! Any tips on best places to capture this beautiful city?


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