Harbour Green Park revisited

It had been a while since I gone outside - with the busy work and the terrible weather. Amazingly, there was a break in the clouds when I left home.

During the lunchtime, I was getting lightheaded from being indoors for so long, and since it wasn't raining, I ate my lunch quickly and headed to the waterfront to get some fresh air. I was able to walked to Harbour Green Park where I visited often last year too when working in downtown. This was the first time this year I came back. Wow, I can't believe an year had gone by already!

The very gray sky-watching...

You can always expect to see cormorants on the waterfront. I like this image.

A pair of cormorants sharing a buoy.

In downtown, one of the most exciting but common scenes around is probably the sights of these window cleaners hanging around!

Also hanging around, but probably less viewed by people. Love these energetic Bushtits gleaning tiny insects on the branches.

Bushtit (Psaltriparus minimus)
Bushtit (Psaltriparus minimus). One way to tell the sexes apart is by looking at their eyes - females have paler eyes and males have dark eyes.

Is that sunshine hiding behind the buildings!?

Autumn in the city

Looks like a mutated DNA strand or something...

Falling leaf...

366 days ago (2009-11-16) - First time to Reifel Migratory Bird Sanctuary. Part 1. Part 2. Hopefully I can revisit the place again this year....maybe when the weather improves.

1 comment:

Cicero Sings said...

You know, I don't think I've ever been to Harbour Green Park. Next time we're down town! The cormarant with the sea plane landing is a neat picture.

You've sure been getting your share of rain. Not much precip up here.

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