Sunday, May 16, 2010

Weekend Reflections ~ Smiles

Prince Rupert, British Columbia is the rainiest city in Canada with an average yearly rainfall of 2600 mm or 102 inches
So buildings are brightly painted to keep spirits high.
I have to admit the bright colours always bring a smile to my face despite the grey skies.
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13 comments:

Rob Inukshuk said...

Looks like a fun place whatever the weather!

Susan said...

great scenes...makes me want to get back to BC for a visit!

Gaelyn said...

102 inches? OMG, but that's a lot of rain. Must be gray a lot, sort of like Seattle. I love the bright buildings and they would bring a smile to my face too. Nice captures with the reflections. Going kyaking?

Spiderdama said...

Glad that I do not have that much rain..
The reflection is wonderful and so clear..great colors too!:-)

Linda said...

That seems an obvious idea. Wonder why it's never caught on over here!

ms toast burner said...

You must be home or nearly home by now!

Great photos!

Clytie said...

But when it's not raining, it's simply gorgeous!!! Wonderful pictures!

Kcalpesh said...

Wonderful reflections! Great captures!


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Regina said...

Great captures and reflections Carolyn.

Euroangel said...

i guess we are having the same weather now..its been raianing here in our area for three weeks..i want sunshine! i love ur blog...following it now!
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Powell River Books said...

We love having colourful things around our cabin, especially in the winter. We just bought some new windmills and water toys for summer. While most of the cabins looks dull and drab most of the year, ours is a bright spot that looks well lived in. - Margy

Sushikay said...

We were just in Rupert on our way back from an Alaskan Cruise. The weather that day was lovely. I guess we missed the rain! lol

Dawn Neault said...

Love the North Coast.Lived in Masset for a year and my life will never feel complete until I'm back under the spell of Haida Gwaii.I just stubbled upon your blog but I'll be a regular because it helps to ward off the loneliness I feel for the Big Blue.

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