Big Gray Whale sinks gracefully below the surface, the scattered rocks of the Broken Group behind him.
Black Bear, foraging for seafood alone the low tide mark. Taken while exploring Nootka Inlet, on Vancouver Island.
Interesting colors from the inside of this giant blue pacific mussel.
Grey whale diving down to feed, giving us a great morning show.
Is this the Golden Spruce?
Jellyfish being reflected off the surface of the emerald sea.
Not the best photo quality I'm afraid, as I had used a filter that I was not familair with and it ended up very dark. This image was after siginificant "repair" that has left it looking grainey.
A woodpecker has been busy extracting bugs out of the bark of this tree. Looks like many hours of hard work was put in!
Picture Perfect Bonzai
Bonzai tree growing out of an old sunken log. This little tree has been here for as long as I can remember.
Hidden waterfall on Vancouver Island near Port Alice, BC
Sunset in Tofino, BC
Wildflowers on the riverbank
Bullwinkle? That you?
Fronds of the wild licorice plant protrude from there home on an old moss covered limb. For those who know their secret, they make a tasty snack!
Endlessly curious, this sea otter took great interest in what we were doing.
My girl Maggie, looking for the start of her next adventure on the trail.
It never ceases to amaze me how such giants end up washed high up on the beach, the result of some unobserved winter storm swell.
Stellar Sea Lions hauled out on the rocks near Carmanah Point lighthouse, Port Renfrew BC.
Waterfalls near Port Alice, Vancouver Island.
Master Fisherman at work.
Young bull moose in his element.
Shelf Fungi of some sort
Hiding in lain Sight
Masters of camouflage, these little rock pool fish are super hard to see.
Somehow this photo seems to scream "Just Chilling Out".
Tower of Power
Old growth Cedar on Vancouver Island's wild west coast.
Sunlight coming through the woods illuminated this newly sprouted fern.
China Creek Falls
Outstanding in it's field.
A little splash of color!
Nothing beats the rich greens of moss.
Pretty in Pink
Morning dew, captured in the needles of the spruce tree, provides an interesting perspective.
I am the KING
Gorgeous Bald Eagle perched high on his observation post.
Colorful little flower announces the coming of summer in the woods.