The sunset cast the wispy clouds with a pink glow above a prairie pond.
The summer coastline around Victoria is a beautiful place with it’s deep blue waters, views of the Olympic Mountains and glacier carved rocky shoreline.
I was very fortunate to live a few blocks away from one of the most magnificent city parks in the world, Stanley Park. The thousand acres of forest, trails, ponds, creeks and shoreline became my classroom. I spent many hours roaming the park, photographing the birds and animals (swans, racoons, squirrels, skunks, etc.) and observing. […]
The Courtenay River Lagoon offers a quiet meander along the waterfront with views of the mountains (obscured by clouds here) and the quiet waters of Georgia Straight.
The coastal lighthouses still serve an important safety role for the mariners on the Salish Sea.
Swartz Bay is the location of the dock for the BC Ferries carrying cars and passengers between Victoria and the lower mainland of British Columbia.
Mayook is nestled in the Kootenay River Valley between two mountain ranges.
The Chinook Arch is a weather feature unique to the land just east of the Rocky Mountains. It marks the advance of warm air over the mountains and boasts some spectacular cloud formations as well as significant rise in temperatures.