SHARE: Many seasons viewed in Langley

Dorothy Mckay shares a series of pictures depicting all four seasons as seen through the eyes of a local resident, including a train pictured north on 208th Street. She also share more, from fallen leaves turning gold along the one-way street in Downtown Langley, to a mother duck swimming with her babes in Brydon Lagoon early in the spring, from a sunset along the western border of Langley capture in late summer, to construction on Brydon Crescent caputred in more damp winter-like conditions. (Special to Langley Advance Times)Dorothy Mckay shares a series of pictures depicting all four seasons as seen through the eyes of a local resident, including a train pictured north on 208th Street. She also share more, from fallen leaves turning gold along the one-way street in Downtown Langley, to a mother duck swimming with her babes in Brydon Lagoon early in the spring, from a sunset along the western border of Langley capture in late summer, to construction on Brydon Crescent caputred in more damp winter-like conditions. (Special to Langley Advance Times)
Dorothy Mckay shares a series of pictures depicting all four seasons as seen through the eyes of a local resident, including a train pictured north on 208th Street. She also share more, from fallen leaves turning gold along the one-way street in Downtown Langley, to a mother duck swimming with her babes in Brydon Lagoon early in the spring, from a sunset along the western border of Langley capture in late summer, to construction on Brydon Crescent caputred in more damp winter-like conditions. (Special to Langley Advance Times)Dorothy Mckay shares a series of pictures depicting all four seasons as seen through the eyes of a local resident, including a train pictured north on 208th Street. She also share more, from fallen leaves turning gold along the one-way street in Downtown Langley, to a mother duck swimming with her babes in Brydon Lagoon early in the spring, from a sunset along the western border of Langley capture in late summer, to construction on Brydon Crescent caputred in more damp winter-like conditions. (Special to Langley Advance Times)
Dorothy Mckay shares a series of pictures depicting all four seasons as seen through the eyes of a local resident, including a train pictured north on 208th Street. She also share more, from fallen leaves turning gold along the one-way street in Downtown Langley, to a mother duck swimming with her babes in Brydon Lagoon early in the spring, from a sunset along the western border of Langley capture in late summer, to construction on Brydon Crescent caputred in more damp winter-like conditions. (Special to Langley Advance Times)Dorothy Mckay shares a series of pictures depicting all four seasons as seen through the eyes of a local resident, including a train pictured north on 208th Street. She also share more, from fallen leaves turning gold along the one-way street in Downtown Langley, to a mother duck swimming with her babes in Brydon Lagoon early in the spring, from a sunset along the western border of Langley capture in late summer, to construction on Brydon Crescent caputred in more damp winter-like conditions. (Special to Langley Advance Times)
Dorothy Mckay shares a series of pictures depicting all four seasons as seen through the eyes of a local resident, including a train pictured north on 208th Street. She also share more, from fallen leaves turning gold along the one-way street in Downtown Langley, to a mother duck swimming with her babes in Brydon Lagoon early in the spring, from a sunset along the western border of Langley capture in late summer, to construction on Brydon Crescent caputred in more damp winter-like conditions. (Special to Langley Advance Times)Dorothy Mckay shares a series of pictures depicting all four seasons as seen through the eyes of a local resident, including a train pictured north on 208th Street. She also share more, from fallen leaves turning gold along the one-way street in Downtown Langley, to a mother duck swimming with her babes in Brydon Lagoon early in the spring, from a sunset along the western border of Langley capture in late summer, to construction on Brydon Crescent caputred in more damp winter-like conditions. (Special to Langley Advance Times)
Dorothy Mckay shares a series of pictures depicting all four seasons as seen through the eyes of a local resident, including a train pictured north on 208th Street. She also share more, from fallen leaves turning gold along the one-way street in Downtown Langley, to a mother duck swimming with her babes in Brydon Lagoon early in the spring, from a sunset along the western border of Langley capture in late summer, to construction on Brydon Crescent caputred in more damp winter-like conditions. (Special to Langley Advance Times)Dorothy Mckay shares a series of pictures depicting all four seasons as seen through the eyes of a local resident, including a train pictured north on 208th Street. She also share more, from fallen leaves turning gold along the one-way street in Downtown Langley, to a mother duck swimming with her babes in Brydon Lagoon early in the spring, from a sunset along the western border of Langley capture in late summer, to construction on Brydon Crescent caputred in more damp winter-like conditions. (Special to Langley Advance Times)

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