Autumn at Nitobe Memorial Garden
Congratulations to my friend who graduated! She was busy taking photos with other people, so I took some photos with my other friends.
Things are starting to be busy for me again because of school, practicum and work. I’ll try to do more song analyses/meanings posts because it seems like you guys like them. Book reviews are coming along but I have to finish reading the books first! The first three photos were taken with a Canon point-and-shoot.
I went back to Nitobe Memorial Garden the next day…
I’ve decided to pursue photography as a hobby. By no means am I trying to be professional or anything (I’m not interested in that!). I just think that photography brings me joy. It’s just for fun.
Here are some very old photos I’ve taken:
October 2014 at Nitobe Memorial Garden
I went to Victoria, BC again. Last time I went to Craigdarroch Castle, Chinatown and Miniature Museum. This time I went to the Parliament Buildings (only outside) and Butchart Gardens.
The Parliament Buildings are really big.
The Butchart Gardens are quite big as well. I took photos of my favourite flowers. I must have missed the lilies because I don’t think I saw them…
Phone camera pictures:
The gardens are definitely my favourite place in Victoria.
Victoria Part 1 – Craigdarroch Castle/Chinatown/Ferry [HERE]
Victoria Part 2 – Miniature Museum [HERE]
I cosplayed as Mikasa from the anime, Attack on Titan, for Halloween. I’ve seen cosplayers in BC take photos in front of this building (Irving at UBC) so I wanted to do it too. Hahaha. I am actually a student at UBC so these were taken after class.
I did my Princess Jellyfish cosplay at the rose garden at my school, and the campus also has a Japanese garden.
I’m quite pleased with how the photos turned out!
Today I had a meeting at the Psychology Lab and the Professor brought strawberries!
Then I went to the rose garden on campus. I love roses. This shouldn’t be a surprise because my name is Rose. These were my favourites. No filter for the next three:
I found these pedals on the ground:
What a great day.