I’m not much of a winter person, despite growing up on the prairies. It’s mostly the cold and the short days that I’m not fond of. A big dump of snow is a relatively rare event in Vancouver so there is some novelty associated with it. There’s no denying the beauty of a fresh snowfall. I took advantage of a break today and headed over to Pacific Spirit Park and Camosun Bog and was rewarded with some fantastic scenery!

Leica SL2 and Lumix 20-60mm lens

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