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English Bay, sunset and orca

 Just back from a sunset walk along English Bay – just me and forty-five thousand other people

 including a passle of Tibetan monks, who were as preoccupied with taking selfies and videos with their fancy cameras and talking on their phones as anyone else.

The greatest thrill – the whale. I’ve heard about the whale seen every so often in English Bay, and suddenly there he was, the orca, on the other side of the bay but clearly visible, his giant fin slicing through the water and then submerging again. And then he vanished once more.

And so did our sun.

A blessing on you and all you love.

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