An Expat in Vancouver: Autumn

Kits Beach November

Yesterday I took a long walk in the autumn sun, a rare but always joyful event in Vancouver. The kids are in school and the adults are being professional, so the parks are quiet, in stunning contrast with the boisterous summer scene wherever there is shoreline. You feel your spirit and mind expand in the extra space and you find yourself paying attention to every seagull and raven, every empty park bench, every section of carpet of yellow leaves.

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About kmazz

I spend as much time as possible pursuing my interests in global culture, arts and politics.
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One Response to An Expat in Vancouver: Autumn

  1. alan says:

    beautiful, thank you for posting this. more please!

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