Published on Wednesday, November 26th, 2008
Once again I have made my routine winter migration this week. Unlike the snow geese, I head toward the colder part of the world. Denmark will be the blog headquarter in the next two months and I hope to bring readers some interesting entries on fishing in the Baltic area. PerhapsÂ I will also mix in some cultural readings as well.
While waiting to board at the Vancouver International Airport, I thoroughly enjoyed looking at the kelp forest aquarium. The exhibit houses a few common saltwater species found along the coast of British Columbia, including black, copper, canaryÂ rockfish and striped perch. I will have a video of this exhibit available soon. In the meantime, here is a photo of it.
Here are a few aerial shots.
Everyone’s favorite bridge in Vancouver.
An island around Southeastern Denmark.
Flying over agricultural land, lightly dusted with snow, just before we landed in Copenhagen.