Barbara McConville shared a number of scenic photos including one she found very moving. She took a picture of a sand mandala that was created on the south side of the Alouette River, east of the Silver Bridge parking lot. “It was stunning and gone now,” McConville said. (Special to The News)

Barbara McConville shared a number of scenic photos including one she found very moving. She took a picture of a sand mandala that was created on the south side of the Alouette River, east of the Silver Bridge parking lot. “It was stunning and gone now,” McConville said. (Special to The News)

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Barbara McConville also captured others pictures along the dikes that wind through Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows. During her daily walks she encounters what she describes as “many wonders.”(Special to The News)

Barbara McConville also captured others pictures along the dikes that wind through Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows. During her daily walks she encounters what she describes as “many wonders.”(Special to The News)

Barbara McConville also captured others pictures along the dikes that wind through Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows. During her daily walks she encounters what she describes as “many wonders.”(Special to The News)

Barbara McConville also captured others pictures along the dikes that wind through Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows. During her daily walks she encounters what she describes as “many wonders.”(Special to The News)