So, for now, here's a sampler:
Misty headland. Looking toward Kwomais Point.
Barnacle tracks on yellow stone.
A score of crows.
Pink starfish, eelgrass, and mystery tubes.
Nature notes and photos from BC, Canada, mostly in the Lower Fraser Valley, Bella Coola, and Vancouver Island.
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Oh what a nice watery outing..look forward to seeing the "rest of the story".ReplyDelete
Wonder if there's actually too much of a good thing. I guess it's the sorting that makes it tedious work, although I often discover interesting new outlooks while sorting through photos.ReplyDelete
Exciting findings, can't wait for more!
I thought it was a murder of crows. :)ReplyDelete
I've only ever been to the west coast in the summer, it's interesting to see how the landscape changes in the winter.