WHEN IT ISN'T RAINING sunsets blaze a little brighter during autumn at Kwomais Point Park in South Surrey, BC, where I often visit.
The area overlooking Boundary Bay is a compelling feature for people taking their evening stroll in the neighbourhood. A woman was there ahead of me with her camera trying to capture the magic of the rapidly changing hues.
Soon more people gathered to soak in the stunning scene.
But it is not just the showy sunsets that attract onlookers day after day.
Even in the mornings when the horizon is a blank slate and the sea is shrouded in mist, people are drawn like magnets to the edge of the park to ponder life and to marvel at existence.
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Copyright by Penelope Puddlisms