Brain Breaks 2.1

When you need a brief change of scenery from your day …

… feel free to turn to any of my Real Moments’ Brain Breaks. As mentioned in my introductory Brain Breaks post, these brief and electronic brain breaks reflect the world around us. If you’re in the midst of a demanding day, they’re a means of taking a brief pause to recharge and refresh.

Here are some more for this week and, if you’d like more before next week’s post, you can subscribe to my YouTube channel by clicking here.

False Creek Ferries, the Burrard Street Bridge and Stanley Park This is Vancouver on an early summer’s evening, with the sun shining and the little ferries making their way to and fro across the waters.

Hydrangea: These are so pretty, and I love the variations in colour on this single plant.

Sweet Treats at Pure Bread – Kits Farmers’ Market A friendly caution here; you won’t want to watch this one if you’re trying to stay away from carbs/baked goods. This is a look from inside the stall of the most popular vendors at the Kitsilano (Kits) Farmers’ Market in Vancouver.

Kool-Aid Block, Vancouver: These brightly painted heritage houses near City Hall make me smile any time I pass them. Why Kool-Aid, you ask? Have a look at the painted face on the planter on the left side of the driveway gate.

Traffic Jam on the Lynn Valley Suspension Bridge: If the images are a little shaky, you’ll forgive me. I was crossing this bridge, which is 50 meters / 164 feet above a tree-lined canyon that’s home to waterfalls and pools … and doing so with only the occasional hand clutch at the rail of this rather swinging bridge. More of Lynn Canyon to come in future posts.

Evening Snack for the Canada Geese: You didn’t really think I’d go a week without some feathered friends, did you?

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