On Saturday Morning this long weekend I had ventured out to Iona for an early morning hunt and shoot. The Iona Beach Park opens at 8 am, so being early means you have to wait in the car as there is no where to really park outside the park (park your car that is ).
Within the park the number of ducks and waterfowl has decreased from the winter months when migratory birds come to visit the Lower Mainland, but the park is alive, from insects buzzing, to baby geese chasing them and nibbling on grass and swallows and goldfinches flying through the air singing and chirping.
Here is a quick part one of the life i saw in the park, these are mainly insects.
Also check out the link to Sean M – he was doing some amazing macro photography of bugs at the park as well – (his flickr link ). Always a pleasure to meet a great photographer!