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Lions Gate With Streaky Traffic Lions Gate With Rocky Beach Tug Boat Under The Lions Gate Bridge Under The Lions Gate Bridge Counting Neck Feathers Nara In Bouncy Train Claira Getting Rings To Throw Helen And Claira On Train Claira Feet Up Through Puddle Nara Feet Up Through Puddle Red Breasted Sapsucker Chestnut Backed Chickadee On The Trail To The Lake Marsh Cinquefoil Irises By Beaver Lake Beaver Swimming Left Green Winged Teal Male Wood Duck In Reflected Water Downtown Vancouver From Stanley Park Soft Blossoms At Stanley Park Milky Way And Lighthouse At Stanley Park Beaked Hazelnut Kelp Lace Bryozoan Nucella_lamellosa Baby Mottled Stars Leather Star In Water
Milky Way And Lighthouse At Stanley Park I saw a post on the internet on how to bring out the milky way in very light polluted locations. I tried their procedure and sure enough - you can see it a little bit. There is also a meteor in this shot - the perseid meteor shower was starting.
John Harvey Photo > Blogs for 2019 to 2005 > August 2016 > Milky Way And Lighthouse At Stanley Park

Soft Blossoms At Stanley Park Soft Blossoms At Stanley Park
John Harvey Photo > Blogs for 2019 to 2005 > April 2016 > Soft Blossoms At Stanley Park

Downtown Vancouver From Stanley Park This is from the little bay between Deadman's Island and Hallelujah Point. It's a composite of 5 images.
John Harvey Photo > Photos of Vancouver > Downtown Vancouver From Stanley Park
John Harvey Photo > Stanley Park > Downtown Vancouver From Stanley Park

Nucella_lamellosa This snail, or one like it has been busy laying eggs on the rocks.
John Harvey Photo > Nucella_lamellosa

Looking Under The Big Rocks Looking Under The Big Rocks
John Harvey Photo > Looking Under The Big Rocks

Leather Star In Water Leather Star In Water
John Harvey Photo > Leather Star In Water

Baby Mottled Stars These two were on the underside of a piece of kelp. This was going to be a long low tide so we put them back on the kelp and put them in the ocean.
John Harvey Photo > Baby Mottled Stars

Ochre Star With Wasting Disease There is a diffuse white path and what looks like a white scar on the top of the star. This is infection that may kill this star. This star being in the sand rather than hiding under a rock doesn't bode well either.
John Harvey Photo > Ochre Star With Wasting Disease

Claira With Stary Flounder This fish was dead, but recently so. It still twitched when touched. It's face appeared to have been eaten by a bird.
John Harvey Photo > Claira With Stary Flounder

Claira With Ochre Star A few years ago, we had a huge outbreak of a sea star wasting disease. I'm surprised there are large examples of stars now.
John Harvey Photo > Blogs for 2019 to 2005 > August 2017 > Claira With Ochre Star