Tag: Songhees

There are three photos here. The one on the bottom is of a blonde woman lying on her right side with her left hand on her hip. She has her left leg in the air, and is stabilizing herself with her right leg on the ground. The one in the top left and top right are of the same woman standing behind a white table with papers and a black coffee mug on it. She is talking with her hands.

Sandy Wilson at UVic: Common Musculoskeletal Injuries

Sandy Wilson on point today during her presentation at the University of Victoria on common musculoskeletal injuries.

The bottom half of the photo is a rocky space that is black because the sky above and behind it is a bright blue with white clouds, and this brightness is casting the rocky space into shadow. At the top of this rocky hill are the silhouettes of four people. Two are sitting to the left beside each other. There is also an adult sized person in the center with the silhouette of a small person being held on their hip.

Silhouettes in Victoria Harbour

Oh, big skies and tender moments!

Two photos one on top of the other of slightly different views looking from a mossy covered rock out crop across the harbour and towards downtown. In the top photo the tall buildings of downtown are clearer. In the bottom there is a rock standing in the forefront and less of downtown. In both the sky is blue with white clouds and the sun is gleaming off the water.

Choose to Move: Victoria Harbour

Nice day for a run, er… walk.

The silhouettes of two runners to the right are going up a slight hill away from the camera. The sun is setting or rising in front of them in the distance, and to their left and pst a metal railing is the ocean and the silhouette of trees on the other side of the water.

Island Living

Runners by Victoria harbour. What a gorgeous place to train!

In the foreground is a clump of orange blooming flowers with tall green stems interspersed between them. The flowers are in focus. The background is out of focus and is a body of water with a blurry downtown and trees on the other side.

Light & Flora

Great light at Victoria Harbour right now!

A soccer field at dusk with rectangular buildings in the distance. The sun is setting so the horizon still has some sun but the upper part of the sky is dusky blue, and there is a skydiver with their parachute pulled descending from the upper left.

How Do You Get To School?

Here’s a throwback to a UVic Vikes women’s soccer game last fall, when skydivers opened the game with this spectacular midfield landing. School is starting soon. How are you arriving? Photo taken on unceded Lkwungen Territory.