Natalie
Stultz

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(Ok, so this is from Vermont, but I thought it was a cool juxtaposition with the Pacific northwest forest)   My husband Dave and I were in Vancouver and Victoria, British Columbia about a month ago, and had a few extra days to explore the area. We started with an amazing bird’s-eye view of Coal Harbour from our hotel…

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  • Sandra Ward

    What a georgeous set of photos!! Even the picture of two shoes is a work of art. Thank you for sharing your art.
    Love, Sandra

  • Art Stultz

    Thanks for the beautiful pictures! Some of them remind us of our two trips to the city of Victoria which we liked very much. I have told several people I would like to live there as the temperature is low in the summer and not too cold in the winter.
    Love, Art and Marion

  • Kevin Stultz

    I’m jealous. The trip appears to have been exhilarating as well as gorgeous. I can feel the brisk temperature and wind in my heart dust in my hair.

In late July my husband Dave and I traveled to Saratoga Racetrack in upstate New York to see the races. It was our first time there and being a “horse person” all my life I was thrilled to see the historic track and feel the adrenaline! We got up early the next day and were…

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My husband Dave, our chocolate lab Rosalita and I did some touring recently to find beautiful fall colors. Once again, Vermont did not disappoint! I find myself getting really enamored of the light coming through the leaves, and the yellows this year were amazing. A delight to experience the bright and vibrant colors. Here’s a…

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  • All these photos are beautiful. I would love to be on the East Coast experiencing these colors in real life, but alas, these photos help me experience it vicariously.

    Thanks Natalie!