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Category Archives: Victoria
For some reason, I felt compelled to shoot this disconnected gas meter in downtown Victoria. Likely because it is a stark reminder of the seedy side of large cities and the crumbling infrastructure that plagues them. Seedy might not be … Continue reading
A pair of nice gulls – Esquimalt Lagoon Related Posts:SeagullsA nice duckGulls – and lots of themSea Gulls
The 300m long Fomento Three anchored off Victoria Related Posts:Derelict boats on the GorgeHL ShinboryeongComox MarinaLong Beach waves
Pacific Scout, Pacific Pilot Two, and the tug Seaspan Foam at Ogden Point Pacific Scout Pacific Pilot Two Related Posts:Pacific ScoutPacific ScoutPacific Pilot TwoSeaspan Foam
West Coast Babel fish If you’re a fan of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy you’ll know that a Babel fish is a fictitious alien fish that performs instant translations. Out here on the West Coast, we use the crab … Continue reading
Pacific Clipper in Victoria at Fisherman’s Wharf Related Posts:Victoria Clipper 1Pacific ScoutVictoria Clipper IVPacific Reward and Janatlee
Clipper Navigation’s Victoria Clipper IV heading past the Ogden Point Breakwater and into the Victoria Inner Harbour. Related Posts:Victoria Clipper IVVictoria Clipper 1Victoria – Ogden PointVictoria – Ogden Point Breakwater
I felt compelled to take a few shots of this geographic datum on the Ogden Point Breakwater as I like such things, and being a former federal government employee I appreciate the admonishment to not disturb the Department of Public … Continue reading
The other seagulls pretending not to notice Bob’s new perch Related Posts:Seagull of the day – day 5A flock of seagullsThe seagullsBirds on a wire
Alfred Seagull, Esq, enjoying the beach on a warm winter day Related Posts:Pachena Bay – A seagullCortes – a seagullSeagull of the day – day 10Seagull of the day – day 14