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Sunday, June 18, 2017

Rhododendron Rhapsody© 2017 - On the hunt for pollinators and their pred...

Rhododendron Rhapsody© (2017) - On the hunt for pollinators and their predators.
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Posted on: Stan G. Webb - In Retirement ® © TM - On the hunt for flower and plant pollinators and their predators. [https://stangwebb.blogspot.ca/]


Published on Jun 17, 2017
There are two related Photograph Albums:
Rhododendrons 1
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Rhododendrons 2
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https://1drv.ms/a/s!As3ERW4M8haZoVNItM0Xnv8dBRTJ

Lovely to look at, but remember that these are poisonous plants* -- do not allow children, pets or yourself ingest any of part of the azaleas or rhododendrons.
*The Full Story
One of the earliest accounts of mass poisoning dates back to the first century BCE when Roman troops were allegedly poisoned with honey by the Heptakometes of Turkey.  The Roman soldiers were reported to be confused and vomiting and subsequently defeated in battle after eating the honey's Grayanotoxins.  We now believe that they were given honey made from the nectar of the
flowering Rhododendron luteum.
The Music: Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 in C-sharp minor, S.244/2, is the second in a set of 19 Hungarian Rhapsodies by composer Franz Lisztand is by far the most famous of the set.  Sergei Rachmaninoff playing The Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2, recorded in 1919 by Edison Records

In both the original piano solo form and in the orchestrated version this composition has enjoyed widespread use in animated cartoons. Its themes have also served as the basis of several popular songs.

Google Images for rhododendron varieties

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rhododendron  

Rhododendron /ˌroʊdəˈdɛndrən is a genus of 1,024 species of woody plants in the heath family (Ericaceae), either evergreen or deciduous, and found throughout the world.

You will find more of my Macrophotography Flower and Plant Studies - On the hunt for pollinators and their predators at: - https://stangwebb.blogspot.ca/

Four of my favorites are:
  1. An Orange & Wet Day [https://stangwebb.blogspot.ca/2015/07/orange-wet-day_11.html]
  2. Honeysuckle & Lilacs - On the Hunt for Day and Night Pollinators & Grazers, A Photographic Study in the Rain [https://stangwebb.blogspot.ca/2015/07/honeysuckle-lilacs-on-hunt-for-day-and_29.html]
  3. Passion Flowers at Dusk [https://stangwebb.blogspot.ca/2015/06/passion-flowers-at-dusk.html] - You will notice that some of the photographs in this photo study are quite dim. It was getting dark and I was hoping to catch some of the night pollinators: ants, bats, moths etc. and I did not want bright light to scare them away.
  4. Spring Rhapsody – A Photographic Study and Slideshow [http://stangwebb.blogspot.ca/2015/05/spring-rhapsody-photographic-study-and.html]

Thank you for your kind attention.

Sunday, March 27, 2016

Cherry Blossoms - Japanese Cherry Blossoms in the Rain On the first full day of Spring.

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(Total Video length 6:31 minutes, music starts 24 seconds in from the start of the video).


Photographs and Videographs taken on the first full day of Spring in North Vancouver, Canada
March 20, 2016 by Stan G. Webb© - In retirement.
  • Thank you to all the members, gardeners, volunteers, staff and others who helped make this place so beautiful.
  • Chatting with my photograph for this clip, Andrea. In the Rain and under the cherry tree, with petals falling like snowflakes all around us. (Music dubbed over our voices.)
  • Today my photography and videography were taken at 14th Street & Saint Andrews Avenue in the City of North Vancouver BC and were inspired by Constance
  • To Frank and all of my family and friends past and present
  • At
  • Evergreen House
  • Kiwanis Long-term Care Facility
  • Margaret Fulton Centre, and elsewhere all around
  • Lions Hospital
  • Don’t you hate people who use big words just to make themselves look perspicacious? - From my collection of Gallows Humour and Sarcastic Jokes
  • Music - Guitar Loop in D-MAJOR (B-Minor) by MINOR2GO via looperman 21st March, 2016 Guitars Unlimited - A New Life 1
  • Thank you to all of the doctors, nurses and staff who took such wonderful care of me while I was recovering from that broken right leg on the 3rd floor of Evergreen House (November, 2008 - January, 2009) (then called the Transitional Care Unit) of Lions Gate Hospital. I especially appreciated and fondly remember the visit by Dr. Santa and his Santa's Helpers. Thank you for the Santa's Elf doll, which I still proudly display on my bookcase. And, to Elizabeth, who was especially kind while I was hospitalized for that nine weeks. She also took the time to pin up all of my Christmas Cards on my bedside corkboard. And to my family, who visited often and stood beside me and helped when I needed it most. To Drs. Hudon, Schwarz and Zarkadeds and my friends: Len, Leo, Lynda and Dave and Santa Hank and others who came by to visit. Thank you, as well, to the homemakers who helped for next the five months, while I was at home, continuing my physical rehabitation. And, to Kiley, for all of the physical rehabilitation help.
  • Thank you for watching. You are most gracious with your time.
  • Please stand by one more minute. We're coming up to The End
  • With the backlight shining through the translucent cherry blossom petals this is so very, very beautiful. The End, next.
  • Coming as they do, here in the Northern Hemisphere, at the end of winter and the first days of spring, I think that Japanese Cherry Blossoms are one of the most beautiful sights in our world. (Images) (Sakura - Cherry blooming forecast (date of first bloom), as of 23-Mar, in the 2016 Season in Japan). The March Vernal or Spring Equinox in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada was on Saturday, March 19, 2016 at 9:30 PM Pacific Daylight Savings Time, so the first full day of Spring was on March 20, 2016 (The March Equinox in Universal Coordinated Time was on Sunday, March 20, 2016 at 04:30 UTC). This March, 2016 equinox signals the beginning of spring in the Northern Hemisphere – the earliest spring since 1896 – and autumn in the Southern Hemisphere. It marks that special moment when the sun crosses the celestial equator going from south to north. In 2016, this equinox arrives on March 20 at 4:30 UTC, or on March 19 at 11:30 p.m. Central Daylight Time. Here’s what we in the Northern Hemisphere know about this equinox. Our sunrise is earlier now, and nightfall comes later. Plants are sprouting. Winds are softening. For us in the Northern Hemisphere, people are enjoying the warmer days of spring. Meanwhile, south of the equator, autumn begins.
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I am voluntarily doing this work, mostly, for my shut-in friends and those in hospital suffering from emotional, mental and/or physical disabilities. Some suffer from Alzheimer's disease, Cancer, Dementia, and Geriatric and Palliative Conditions, including Parkinson's Disease, Brain and nervous system problems are common. These neurological disorders include multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's Disease, epilepsy, and stroke, and can affect memory and the ability to perform daily activities.



Monday, February 8, 2016

Bumblebees, Crocus & Saffron - My Ongoing Search for Insect Pollinators & Herbivores


In Memoriam to my friend, Gordon Rogers, who died Tuesday, March 8, 2016.

Bumblebees, Crocus & Saffron - My Ongoing Search for Insect Pollinators & Herbivores
Thank you for watching. You have been extremely gracious with your time.
Stan G. Webb© - In retirement.

February 8, 2016 - My Ongoing Search for Insect Pollinators & Herbivores
Bumblebees, Crocus and Saffron albeit, I am uncertain whether this is the exact saffron crocus, described in Wikipedia. Jump to Species - About 30 of the species are cultivated, including Crocus sativus for saffron production. The varieties cultivated for decoration mainly represent five species: C. vernus, C. chrysanthus, C. flavus, C. sieberi, and C. tommasinianus. Among the first flowers to bloom in spring, crocuses are popular with gardeners. Unknown in the wild, probably descends from Crocus cartwrightianus, which originated in Crete;[8] C. thomasii and C. pallasii are other possible precursors.[9][10]

I took my photographs and videographs on February 8, 2016, and only now am re-posting on July 19, 2016.



Friday, January 15, 2016

Secrets of Old Age

Evelyn ~ Thank you for sharing this.
(4:41 minute YouTube Video)
 
Uploaded on Jan 7, 2011
Created by: Michelle Sherliza, OP
Music: Instrumental - Starry Night
My Comment to the original author:
Beautiful.
Thank you for this.
I'm posting it on my personal blog / website. Stan G. Webb© - In retirement [http://stangwebb.blogspot.ca/2016/01/secrets-of-old-age.html].”

Followers and readers: If you liked this, please comment on her YouTube channel. This took a lot of knowledge and hard work. I'm hoping she will do more of these.


Other Words of Wisdom:
Spend more time alone with your thoughts, because the presence of others can inhibit your creativity. Spend time with just your thoughts—distracted by neither other people or technology—and your ideas will be unfettered.” ~ Isaac Asimov

Personally, my favourite book written by Isaac Asimov is “An Intelligent Man's Guide to Science” a general guide to the sciences written by Isaac Asimov. It was first published in 1960, so it is now a little out of date. However, a subsequent version: “The new intelligent man's guide to science Hardcover – Jan 1 1965” is still available from Amazon.
Isaac Asimov (/ˈaɪzɨk ˈæzɨmɒv/;[2] born Isaak Yudovich Ozimov; circa January 2, 1920[1] – April 6, 1992) was an American author and professor of biochemistry at Boston University, best known for his works of science fiction and for his popular science books. Asimov was prolific and wrote or edited more than 500 books and an estimated 90,000 letters and postcards.[3] His books have been published in 9 of the 10 major categories of the Dewey Decimal Classification.[4]. I remember reading once that, since personal computers had not been available, he wrote (typed everything on IBM, then Selectric typewriters ~ and that he was so prolific he wore out 10, which he keep lining a shelf in. Towards the end of his career, IBM simply gave him those typewriters. I’m not alone in my love for the Selectric typewriter.  According to IBM’s website, “Renowned writers who have depended on the Selectric include Hunter S. Thompson, John Irving, Isaac Asimov, David Mamet, Katherine Anne Porter, James Merrill, Ralph Ellison, Philip K. Dick and David Sedaris, among others.”  People have loved and used the Selectric for decades!  What a great machine! - See more at: http://kytyper.com/2015/02/06/think-ibm-selectric-best-electric-typewriter-ever-made/
Isaac Asimov Home Page. Here you'll find a comprehensive collection of resources pertaining to Isaac Asimov (1920-1992), the quintessential author, who in his lifetime wrote over 500 books that enlightened, entertained, and spanned the realm of human knowledge.
Like the character Sheldon (played by Jim Parsons), on the TV series “The Big Bang Theory” it is thought by many the Asimov had an eidetic memory (ie: sometimes called a photographic memory.) Asimov was a long-time member and vice president of Mensa International, albeit reluctantly;[9] he described some members of that organization as "brain-proud and aggressive about their IQs".[10] He took more joy in being president of the American Humanist Association.[11] The asteroid 5020 Asimov, a crater on the planet Mars,[12] a Brooklyn, New York City elementary school, and three distinct awards have been named for writer, chemist, and humanist Isaac Asimov. Three distinct awards have been named for writer, chemist, and humanist Isaac Asimov:
~ and, more From Wikipedia

Sunday, December 20, 2015

Happy New Year - Wild December ¨HD 1080¨

Dedicated to Anne. Thank you for being my friend. Beautiful. Thank you for forwarding this to me; I'll pass it along as my Happy New Year Message.
(3:46 minutes)
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Although I did not produce this video myself, it is very rare to see such an array of Western North American species in one video: White-Tailed Deer, Snowshoe Rabbits (Hare) - in summer colours, Boreal or Black-capped chickadee, (although I'm not sure what it is doing in this video: what looks like a European goldfinch), yellow warble, blue-headed vireo, Tufted titmouse, brown creeper, Juncos, warblers, red fox, Brown Bear (usually called the grizzly bear in North America), Tundra swan, missing is the common poorwill, a nocturnal (active at night) bird.

In addition to Wikipedia (used above), I use Classic Collection of North American Birds Ltd., also known as CCNAB, which has a great search directory; even by colour and type.
This Video was Originally Published on YouTube Dec 15, 2013
Published By: 13natureHD
Music By: Hirokazu Akiyama
For all that like the beautiful nature...
Thank you for watching...

Old Man's Wisdom: “When you stop chasing the wrong things you give the right things a chance to catch you. ” ~ Anon

Happy Holiday's time!!!

*If you have interrupted reception, it may be because your internet speed is lower than my original post.  To correct for this, view on my YouTube (linked below) and using the gear icon, lower the resolution.  I've been photographing and videographing in HD - High Definition 1080p (pixels); but you can view in as low as 144p.

My 2015 series of 10 photographic slideshows, taken in and around Lynn Valley, Lower Lynn and North and West Vancouver, on Vancouver, Canada's North Shore; and in Mission, Canada were:
10. Fall Colour Tour: Oak and Maple (5:31 minutes), taken in and around 13th Street and Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver, BC, Canada – Published on YouTube Friday, October 9, 2015
8. Honeysuckle & Lilacs - On the Hunt for Day and Night Pollinators & Grazers, A Photographic Study in the Rain (3:21 minutes), Mission, BC, Canada – Published on YouTube Tuesday, July 29, 2015
7. Echinacea & Rudbeckia - On the Hunt for Day and Night Pollinators (4:46 minutes), Keith Road West & Lonsdale Avenue, Victoria Park, North Vancouver, BC, Canada – Published on YouTube Tuesday, July 21, 2015 Map
6. Lilies Slideshow (4:05 minutes), North Vancouver, BC, Canada – Posted on July 18, 2015
5. Orange & Wet Day (2:36 minutes), North Vancouver, BC, Canada – Posted on Saturday, July 11, 2015
4. Begonia Slide Show (2:15 minutes), North Vancouver, BC, Canada – Posted on Tuesday, June 2, 2015
3. Passion Flowers at Dusk (3:01 minutes),- My Passion Flowers are up, in full bloom, and very beautiful, North Vancouver, BC, Canada
2. Spring Rhapsody – A Photographic Study and Slideshow - Crickmay Park Flower Garden in the Spring (Crickmay Park (next to Harry Jerome Recreation Centre), 23rd Street & Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver, BC, Canada – Posted on Tuesday, June 2, 2015
1. Rhododendron Bush - A Photographic Study and Slideshow - Rhododendron Bushes in and around North Vancouver, BC, Canada – Posted on Thursday, May 28, 2015

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Friday, October 9, 2015

Fall Colour Tour: Oak and Maple

Thank you for your complements and encouragement in my preparation of this series.
Dedicated to Agnes Klatt (nee Lunde)

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Location: 13th Street & Lonsdale Avenue, City of North Vancouver, BC, Canada

If you have interrupted reception, it may be because your internet speed is lower than my original post.  To correct for this, view on my YouTube (linked below) and using the gear icon, lower the resolution.  I've been photographing and videographing in HD - High Definition 1080p (pixels); but you can view in as low as 144p.
This is the 10th, and final in my 2015 series of photographic slideshows, taken in and around Lynn Valley, Lower Lynn and North and West Vancouver, on Vancouver, Canada's North Shore; and in Mission, Canada – Published on YouTube Tuesday, July 29, 2015
10. Fall Colour Tour: Oak and Maple (5:31 minutes), taken in and around 13th Street and Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver, BC, Canada – Published on YouTube Friday, October 9, 2015
8. Honeysuckle & Lilacs - On the Hunt for Day and Night Pollinators & Grazers, A Photographic Study in the Rain (3:21 minutes), Mission, BC, Canada – Published on YouTube Tuesday, July 29, 2015
7. Echinacea & Rudbeckia - On the Hunt for Day and Night Pollinators (4:46 minutes), Keith Road West & Lonsdale Avenue, Victoria Park, North Vancouver, BC, Canada – Published on YouTube Tuesday, July 21, 2015 Map
6. Lilies Slideshow (4:05 minutes), North Vancouver, BC, Canada – Posted on July 18, 2015
5. Orange & Wet Day (2:36 minutes), North Vancouver, BC, Canada – Posted on Saturday, July 11, 2015
4. Begonia Slide Show (2:15 minutes), North Vancouver, BC, Canada – Posted on Tuesday, June 2, 2015
3. Passion Flowers at Dusk (3:01 minutes),- My Passion Flowers are up, in full bloom, and very beautiful, North Vancouver, BC, Canada – Posted on Wednesday, June 3, 2015
2. Spring Rhapsody – A Photographic Study and Slideshow - Crickmay Park Flower Garden in the Spring (Crickmay Park (next to Harry Jerome Recreation Centre), 23rd Street & Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver, BC, Canada – Posted on Tuesday, June 2, 2015
1. Rhododendron Bush - A Photographic Study and Slideshow - Rhododendron Bushes in and around North Vancouver, BC, Canada – Posted on Thursday, May 28, 2015

Please like, share, subscribe and comment here on my Webpage: Stan G. Webb© - In retirement and, on my YouTube Channel: Stan G. Webb
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Without your help, this work goes nowhere and means nothing.

An Old Man's Wisdom: "Success consists of going from failure to failure without loss of enthusiasm.” ~ Winston Churchill

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Labels: Photography, Video Slideshow
Location: 13th Street & Lonsdale Avenue, City of North Vancouver, BC, Canada

Sunday, August 16, 2015

Mauve, Pink & Purple Flowers - On the Hunt for Day and Night Grazers & Pollinators, A Photographic Study; today it was in the Sun


Giant Allium are large globes of purple color in the late spring gardens.
Thank you for your complements and encouragement in my preparation of this series.

Dedicated to Conan & Debbie on the occasion of their recent Wedding Anniversary

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https://youtu.be/CCxk8yXmVZE  (3:00 minutes)


This was taken on Monday, August 3, 2015, British Columbia Day, observed on the first Monday in August, similar to civic holidays in other provinces and territories in Canada

I am not a biologist or botanist; merely an enthusiastic insect, flower and plant-lover – so, please correct me if I get anything a little wrong in the species description department. Please like, subscribe, and make comments in the section below. Is there anything you would like me to cover in my future work? Without your help, this work goes nowhere and means nothing. In addition, please feel free share on your social media and to copy and paste one, all, or part of any of my blogs/websites, anywhere you like.
1. I believe that the mauve (purely-blue) flowers being pollinated by the ants in the first photographs is: Crinum moorei, native to forested areas in South Africa. It prefers shade from hot afternoon sun and may go dormant during periods of excessive summer heat or drought. ~ Pacific Bulb Society
Crinum moorei Hook.f. is an accepted name
This name is the accepted name of a species in the genus Crinum (family Amaryllidaceae).
(The Plant List is a working list of all known plant species. Version 1.1, released in September 2013, aims to be comprehensive for species of Vascular plant (flowering plants, conifers, ferns and their allies) and of Bryophytes (mosses and liverworts). It does not include algae or fungi. Version 1.1 contains 1,293,685 scientific plant names of which 350,699 are accepted species names. It includes no vernacular or common plant names.
The Plant List provides the Accepted Latin name for most species, with links to all Synonyms by which that species has been known. It also includes Unresolved names for which the contributing data sources did not contain sufficient evidence to decide whether they were Accepted or Synonyms, or where there were conflicting opinions that could not be readily resolved.
A description of the content, creation and use of The Plant List follows.)

2. The pink flowers are Impatiens:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Impatiens
Impatiens /ɪmˈpeɪʃəns/ is a genus of about 850 to 1,000 species of flowering plants, widely distributed throughout the Northern Hemisphere and the tropics.

3. Camilla Rose

Some of the pollinating species observed today included Ants, Bumble Bees, Domestic European Honey Bees, Butter Fly, Fliesa, Mason Beesb and Waspsc
Ants – (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) The Ants of British Columbia are perhaps the most successful of all extant insects. The Ants of British Columbia by Dr. Robert J. Higgins, Department of Biological Sciences, Thompson Rivers University, 1250 Western Avenue, Williams Lake, BC, V2G 1H7, Canada

European fire ant (Myrmica rubra) is an invasive species in British Columbia and thus document the presence of this ant in British Columbia.

Unfortunately it likes to live in lawns and gardens. It can make standing on grass impossible as nests often form at densities greater than 1 per square metre. For example, I counted 4 nests within 1 sq metre in the backyard of one North Vancouver, BC - (Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia) residence in June of 2011.” ~ Dr. Robert J. Higgins
Fliesa -
Mason Beesb
Waspsc

Become a Citizen Scientist
Introduction
Volunteer as a Citizen Scientist for E-Fauna BC: Electronic Atlas of the Fauna of British Columbia [www.efauna.bc.ca]. Citizen science or, as geographers call it, volunteered geographic information (VGI) is a growing area in biodiversity documentation. Citizen scientists are now collecting fundamental and significant biological data that can be added to our biodiversity knowledge base. This sort of volunteered geographic information can aid scientists and can lead to comprehensive databases of information that result in greater understanding of species and their habitats, and can ultimately lead to better protection and management efforts.
Many people don't know this, but just in the insect invertebrates, there are over thousands of species of plant grazing insects and many more plant pollinating insects in British Columbia.
In fact, the largest groups of organisms in the world are insects and, while insects are invertebrates, they are such a large group that Biodiversity of British Columbia have given them their own section in E-Fauna BC. In this section, they provide introductions to the orders and families of insects found in BC, along with keys to the families. These introductions are primarily extracted from the three-volume book-in-progress by Geoff Scudder and Rob Cannings: The Insect Families of British Columbia. The authors have kindly provided this manuscript to Biodiversity of British Columbia so they can bring their work online. Additional insect introductions have been provided by Peter Belton (Mosquitoes), Crispin Guppy (Butterflies), Staffan Lindgren (Ants), and Rob Vandermoor (Moths). Browse the introductions to learn more about this diverse group. Visit the E-Fauna insect photo gallery.
See also, Okanagan Wildlife Photography
See also, Biodiversity of British Columbia [http://ibis.geog.ubc.ca/biodiversity/]
The Biodiversity of BC web site provides an introduction to biodiversity in British Columbia--what it is and how it is influenced. It is also a portal to the two biogeographic atlases of the province: E-Flora BC and E-Fauna BC. You can use the atlases to search for wild species in the province. Learn what they look like and where they are found.
You can help:
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You may notice that some of my photographic studies and slideshows are quite dim. I prefer taking photographs at dawn, dusk or at night without artificial light; or when it is wet. Hopefully, you will also see something that you have never seen before.
This is the 9th in my series of photographic slideshows for 2015 taken in and around Lynn Valley, Lower Lynn and North and West Vancouver, on Vancouver, Canada's North Shore; and in Mission, Canada:
8. Honeysuckle & Lilacs - On the Hunt for Day and Night Pollinators & Grazers, A Photographic Study in the Rain (3:21 minutes), Mission, BC, Canada – Published on YouTube Tuesday, July 29, 2015
7. Echinacea & Rudbeckia - On the Hunt for Day and Night Pollinators (4:46 minutes), Keith Road West & Lonsdale Avenue, Victoria Park, North Vancouver, BC, Canada – Published on YouTube Tuesday, July 21, 2015 Map
6. Lilies Slideshow (4:05 minutes), North Vancouver, BC, Canada – Posted on July 18, 2015
5. Orange & Wet Day (2:36 minutes), North Vancouver, BC, Canada – Posted on Saturday, July 11, 2015
4. Begonia Slide Show (2:15 minutes), North Vancouver, BC, Canada – Posted on Tuesday, June 2, 2015
3. Passion Flowers at Dusk (3:01 minutes),- My Passion Flowers are up, in full bloom, and very beautiful, North Vancouver, BC, Canada – Posted on Wednesday, June 3, 2015
2. Spring Rhapsody – A Photographic Study and Slideshow - Crickmay Park Flower Garden in the Spring (Crickmay Park (next to Harry Jerome Recreation Centre), 23rd Street & Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver, BC, Canada – Posted on Tuesday, June 2, 2015
1. Rhododendron Bush - A Photographic Study and Slideshow - Rhododendron Bushes in and around North Vancouver, BC, Canada – Posted on Thursday, May 28, 2015

Please like, share, subscribe and comment here on my Webpage: Stan G. Webb© - In retirement and, on my YouTube Channel: Stan G. Webb
In addition, please feel free share on your social media and to copy and paste one, all, or part of any of my blogs/websites, any where you like. Is there anything you would like me to cover in my future work?

Without your help, this work goes nowhere and means nothing.

An Old Man's Wisdom: "To become truly great, a unified brotherhood possessing integrity and strength must step forth." - Kasey J. Noll
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