Rainbows bring hope in troubled times. That such beauty can exist and be so ephemeral fills me with wonder.
Another view of Joffre Glacier from this summer, this time given a vaguely Ansel Adams treatment.
The rich ochers and oranges of fallen leaves are a rare but welcome sight in the coastal rainforest.
I was going through some old photos from the summer and discovered this beautiful one of Joffre Lakes and the rapidly retreating glaciers there.
A very subtle sunrise this morning. The sky was a mixture of lavender and delicate salmon pink with a hink of mist. It was worth dragging my sick carcass out of bed!!!
Yet another golden autumn picture. This one is from a walk through an alder grove in Stanley Park.
A walk in the woods on a rare sunny October day (Thursday) yielded this crisp scene.
A field of alpine plants gets a delicate autumn paint job. THe reds, pinks and maroons contrast nicely with the deep green of the evergreens.
Sunset at Westham Island in Ladner. It doesn’t have to be wilderness to be beautiful.
While our western Bigleaf maples aren’t as colorful as their eastern counterparts they are equally spectacular when draped in mosses and ferns.