These two look like they're up to no good and on the prowl to rustle up some trouble. I'm not sure if I'd think the same thing if they didn't have the masked bandit look going on, but I was a bit put off with them coming towards me. They turned out to be rather friendly and seemed to simply be looking for a handout. We all walked a bit through Stanley Park together.
In land of the rising sun fashion, here's a twig of pussy willow with a cuddly catkin highlighted. It looks warm, but it's not the real sun in the background. It's the essence of the sun emulated by a flash and coloured posterboard. Still makes me feel warm and fuzzy inside nonetheless.
Last weekend was a get together of doggies galore at the Abbotsford Tradex for the Lower Mainland Dog Fanciers of BC. The fur was flying, but it was limited mostly to the grooming sections.
Stick a hardhat on Deer here and give him a lunchbox and some steel toe boots and he'd fit right in alongside the construction fencing in downtown Kelowna. It was a bit odd to see a deer downtown, but this is Canada. I'm waiting to come across a closeup of a bear next.
Showing his best side for his closeup and cute enough to hug - although you'll need to towel off afterwards - this adorable sea lion can be seen at the Vancouver Aquarium. How do they hear out of those tiny ears? It must be part of Darwinian evolution, with the small ear openings keeping a lid, so to say, on the occurrence of Swimmer's Ear.