Being exposed to the Pacific Ocean can often lead to these skeletal remains of trees, that have succumbed to the barrage of wind, rain, and salt air.
Washed by countless waves, and nestled into the sand, this little piece of driftwood art was just awaiting my discovery.
Heavy frost on a poor little Maple Leaf that was clinging on for dear life!
After a night of heavy winter rains, gravel pathways are reborn to beautiful flowing rivers.
Waterfalls - East Sombrio
Beautiful natural waterfalls, spilling onto the beach at Sombrio Point.
A Place to Daydream...
Who could resist a little time out in this idyllic beach setting, complete with swing!
A Crown of Ice
Turquoise waters of Peyzan Creek
Looking west towards Sombrio Point.
Nothing says fall more than these colors.
The Long Run Home
Heading back to home port after a long day of fishing on the West Coast.
Hiking along the Juan de Fuca Marine Trail often means crossing moss coverd boardwalks, in between roots and mud.
East Sombrio Falls
Water reflects in a rainbow from the mist of these water falls spilling onto Sombrio Beach from the Juan de Fuca Marine Trail.
Early morning beach foragers leave their mark on the beach.
The sun sets on a popular surf break on Vancouver Island, on a calm day.
New Years Day Frost
East Sombrio Beach
The Beauty is in the Details
Fall colors and golden touches. Just a little treasure I found while walking along the riverbank.
Even a crop of weeds can look magnificent with a crown of frost.
Crunching in the frost, I found these heavily encrusted cat tails waiting for the morning sun to melt them.