Sky-watch. These were taken as I biked southward first towards Steveston.
Then it was time to turn around and head for Terra Nova.
I spotted an unusual bird hiding in the bushes on the borders of the golf course. It was a Wilson's Snipe! It was feeding at first, but after it saw me watching it, it went into a freezing and hiding mode. Not effective, but I got the idea that it doesn't like to be watched. So I leave it alone.
A female Mallard crossed the trail looking for her friends and partner on the other side of the ditch. It then flew, jumped, tumbled, and walked in front of me to get to her friends.
Watching the sun set.
Watching the moon rise.
In the evening, my parents and I walked (and drove) to several houses in west Richmond enjoying the Christmas displays people set up in front of their houses.
This "Ho Ho Ho" house (on Garry Street) is probably the most impressive one.
Christmas lights also give me a change to practice one of the photography techniques I always wanted to try out - bokeh.