The Shapes, and Tastes, of Victoria

A beautiful resting spot!

Found at the centre of a community garden, surrounded by shrubs and trees baring edible fruits. A wonderful work of art, a perfect spot to rest, to reflect, to rejuvenate.

Love the wildlife tree.

A beautiful, edible garden. For humans, and other earthly friends.

Jam Cafe

Brunch for the three of us, at the very cool, Jam Cafe. Great food, great service, and, great ambiance.

Shortly after arriving back in Ontario, I happened to be watching the Canadian TV show ‘You Gotta Eat Here’. The feature restaurant being, the Jam Cafe, in Victoria!

I’d loved thinking ‘been there, done that, will do it again!’

Like John Catucci says, ‘You Gotta Eat Here!’

Johnson St. Bridge

The Johnson St. Bridge, Canada’s largest single-leaf bascule bridge, spans the distance between the Inner Harbour and the Upper Harbour of Victoria, BC.

Opening in 2018, fifty percent of the bridge accommodates pedestrian and cyclist traffic.

The things that make a city turn.

So many shapes, so much colour!

Colours in the sky!

Victoria, such a beautiful place to be!