This week's winner shows even our province's biggest urban centre has an embarrassment of beauty
In The Orca‘s BC Moments, we invite readers to share their B.C. moments with us – a place, a person, a landscape, a monument – whatever spoke to them.
Congratulations to this week’s winner, Kevin Hanson.
This photo was taken in John Hendry Park in East Van, more commonly referred to just as Trout Lake. I often take my dog there for early morning walks on the weekend – with a coffee in hand from Commercial Drive – and the light and fall colours can be magical, especially with a bit of mist.
It’s a nice example of how well-served we are with easy access to tremendous natural beauty and tranquility, even in this province’s most urbanized corners.
Want to be like Kevin?
Do you have a B.C. moment? A place, a person, a landscape, a moment – you can define it however you want. The only important distinction is you also want to share with the readers of The Orca.
If you do, send it to firstname.lastname@example.org, with a few details: where and when it was taken, and a sentence or two on why this photo sums up B.C. for you.
If we use your photo, we’ll send you a $25 Visa gift card.