This flower was almost too bright to imagine. This picture was obviously taken last spring. It is pretty drab here right now although there are still ffowers blooming in scattered places.
A winter sunset over the sodden fields at Brunswick Point in Ladner. It was cool and windy with lots of subtle colors in the sky.
The twisted forms of arbutus trees can be found up and down the BC coast. This one makes its home on a rocky outcrop at Secret Cove.
A nice dose of summer in the depths of a cold (in the rest of canada!) winter.
A peaceful winter ferry ride across Howe Sound yielded this cloud shrouded image. It was very cold on deck (for BC at least!!) but the fierce ocean wind didn’t seem to ruffle the water very much.
Another beautiful monring in Roberts Creek. The Sun made its brief but beautiful appearance and bathed the beach in a red gold glow.
Sunset from the ferry comming back to the Sunshine Coast from Vanocuver yesterday. The sky was full of heavy clouds but the sun managed to shine through at the end of the day.
This morning every leaf and branch was painted by frost. Delicate curlicues and filligrees covered Roberts Creek in magic
Each Douglas fir tree has iis own unique character. From the shape of its crown to the ridges and furrows in its bark, ceach is an individual.
A photograph of the common Crow taking a stroll by the sea. These intelligent and resourceful birds are found almost everywhere, making a racket and getting into mischief.