Englishman River Fall Reflections
Englishman River fall reflections
In essence the Englishman River fall reflections were beautiful today on our walk.
Maiden Hair Fern
The maiden hair fern is present along the banks of the river and demonstrates a natural fractal arrangement of its leaves.
Maple Trees Englishman River
The maple trees were dripping with moss coupled with their yellow leaves which brought a little artificial sunlight to the nature scene.
Englishman River Falls cosmic light
The main waterfall was spectacular with its own cosmic light illuminating the huge expanse of water flowing to the ocean. Altogether it was a fantastic walk in a place of amazing nature.
Wild Pacific Trail cove here!
Georgia Strait Views sunset Georgia Strait views
Beautiful Georgia Strait views await you all year round.
Georgia Strait Views Mount Churchill
Close ups of the distant Churchill Mountain truly take your breath away.
Georgia Strait Views looking over to the Sunshine Coast
The colors of the ocean keep you coming back for more. Enjoy some nature in your area and be grateful for its presence.
Secret Beach beautiful sunset here
Georgia Strait Alliance – protecting the marine environment
Spider Lake fall reflections
Spider Lake fall Reflections
It was a beautiful day at Spider Lake yesterday. Very peaceful and quiet … a real zen zone.
Spider Lake fall beauty
This area was previously a gravel pit and now it is a fantastic recreation area for fisherman, kayaks, paddle boards, and swimmers. It is a good example of industrial land converted back into nature! 🙂
Georgia Strait views here
Wickaninnish beach Wickaninnish beach
A beautiful beach in Pacific Rim National Park. A favorite place to unwind and chill for awhile. Enjoy some beach time today!
Life’s a beach! 🙂
Surfing at Pacific Rim National Park here!
Englishman River on Canada Day
Englishman River fun in the sun
A beautiful summer day yesterday at Englishman River Provincial Park. Lots of young peeps swimming in the cool waters or just hanging out.
Large Douglas Fir tree hug
The Douglas Firs trees along the banks of the river are hundreds of years old and they enjoy hugs.
Smiling stone face
This happy stone face greets you at the top of the hill heading towards the falls. It is hard not to smile back at him on this fantastic day of celebrating Canada’s 150th birthday!
Georgia Strait ocean views here!