Red Maple Leaf
Never leave the camera at home, captured this image while out walking the dog in the neighbour hood park
Water on the Rocks
Taken at lower Myra fall on Vancouver Island
If you look closely you can see stairs as the water flows towards the bottom
Wet and Wild
Captures this image just after I fell in the water while looking that perfect spot.
Nature in the dark
Hidden in a dark place is a waterfall that so high that it's quickly forgotten unless you are looking for it. This is one such place, a quick walk into the woods will reveal a sky high water fall followed by several other smaller one down and down it goes.
Streaking through the rocks
It's a bit of a walk, rather tough little hike but if you are prepared to work hard travel under fallen tree's cross rock pathways then you can find little gem;s hidden in the back country of Vancouver Island
Rocken the bowl
The lower bowl at Lower Myra Falls, the hike or trail down to this area is a little bit difficult but if your willing, it well worth the risk.
Water rushing down the upper part of Myra falls, what you don't see here is me sitting just past the barrier holding onto a root trying to focus and take a picture at the same time. AH the things I do to capture the image
StuckIn The Middle
water will find the path with the least resistance
Water and rocks
Tug in the passing
A fogy day as the tug pulls it load past Oyster Bay on Vancouver Island
As I watch the seal swim by I can hear the younger one calling out where are you where are you
Out on a limb
It always amazes me that plants can always seem to find a place to grow. Here on a ledge beside the water fall is growing a plant, but wait how did it get there, how did it germinate,?
Graffiti painted on the rocks at high tide.
Fall at the Campbell River Estuary
Campbell River Estuary - Where the boats sit being repaired or waiting for the winter storms to pass
Elk Fall Nov 16
Rain Rain everywhere, Vancouver Island has been punished with rain for most of Oct and now in Nov. The falls are higher then ever
Lone boat at the estuary
Once again I was down at the Campbell River estuary taking pictures, and this boat captured my eyes, and the reflections WOW!
Lupin Falls Vancouver Island
Lupin Falls is located on the road to Weston Mines. It a quick 45 minute drive from Campbell River you travel east along Buttle lake. Don't worry, it's always dark at the falls, you can leave the ND filter at home
From Strathcona park