Welcome to the Island Rambles Blog

Welcome to my blog world. This is a photo blog, poetry and short story blog about my life on Vancouver Island, B.C. Canada. I take photos of the birds and scenery I find. I hope you enjoy your time here and please come back again. PHOTOS WILL ENLARGE IF CLICKED. The photos are slide show enabled if you click on them. If you click on the top lighthouse photo it always takes you to the most recent summary list of my postings. I am also at my Facebook Page Island Rambles or Islandrambles at YouTube.


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Thursday, July 16, 2009

The Colors of the Sunset

This post is for Sky Watch the best place to go and see the sky. Please have a look at the other photos there.

Today a few photos from the past showing the colors of the sunsets here.
It is a busy time of year but I hope to get to see all your sky watch sites in a few days......I will have time then. It has been so wonderful hearing from old blog friends and having comments from new friends as well...I will try to get to see each of your beautiful blogs. Thanks so much to those who want to leave a comment for me.

Thursday, July 02, 2009

The Story of Suzy....... Camera Critters

This post is for Camera Critters ...please check out the other wonderful critter photos to see there.
Suzy the Tiger has been living in the Highlands. Isn't she the most beautiful thing you ever saw!! She came from a wildlife park in Lake Cowichan and they had received her from members of the Vancouver movie industry. Some of the local citizens felt it was unsafe to have Suzy nearby and efforts were made to have her removed even though she is in a large safe compound and is extremely well cared for.... I am not sure what the outcome will be for Suzy but whatever it is, I truly hope this amazing creature will be loved and cared for and that a home will be found for her that will offer her some kind of life suitable to such a wondrous animal. I am sure she is safe where she is but it is just so difficult for me to rationalize and witness animals not in their natural setting but in a setting that we think natural.