Thursday, January 30, 2014

Blue skies in the Semiahmoo Peninsula

Everyone talks about all the rain in Vancouver, BC. However, I used to live in the sunniest part of the Vancouver area, on the beautiful Semiahmoo Peninsula, home of two lovely communities: White Rock and South Surrey.
When I was visiting my family there recently, we saw a lot of fog, but when the fog dissipated, the skies were a bright, brilliant blue.
Just before I took this photo, a plane from the Vancouver International Airport passed between the sign on the left and the roof on the right, but my camera was set for close-ups, so the photo was completely blurry. By the time I changed the setting, the plane had disappeared to the east (or the right of the photo).

Posted for Skywatch Friday

Kay Davies photo, January, 2014


Gattina said...

That is really a blue sky ! Looks as if for once we have a blue sky too today !

ladyfi said...

That's a lovely sky!

jabblog said...

Lovely blue sky - we haven't seen one of those for a little while.

William Kendall said...

A beautiful shade of blue!

Kay said...

We went to Vancouver several years ago and still remember what a beautiful city it was. Mom was surprised at all the cherry blossoms she saw there.