The meadows and copses of trees in Strawberry Vale take on amber glow as the early morning mist burns off.
The waves break constantly on the rocky shoreline of the west coast of Vancouver Island near Ucluelet. The Wild Pacific Trail provides some terrific views of the coastline and lovely evening lighting as the sun slowly sets.
Early in the morning above the cliffs along Dallas Road, the sun glints off the water. The cliffs are mostly in the shade because of the low sun angle and the water is almost still as the summer sun catches the flowers, grasses and bushes along the edges of the cliffs.
This painting of the wild Pacific shows a 5 metre swell at near high tide crashing into the rocky shoreline northwest of Ucluelet. This is exactly what I had envisioned from the first time I started painting scenes of the ocean on the west coast of Vancouver Island.
The Englishman River Estuary offers smooth walking trails that allow the recreational walker a variety of views of the Estuary. No matter what the time of day it is or how high the tide is, it is a magical place. The last time I walked along the eastern shore I had excellent views of a […]