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Chaotic yet natural patterns in weathered driftwood
A quiet West Coast moment at Kye Bay
Goose Spit on a calm summer day
The rocks The wood Poking about on the rocks and driftwood at Open Bay, Quadra Island
I’m not sure if it’s totally accurate to call these stumps, but that’s what they would be if they were still in the ground and not laying around on the shoreline at Comox Lake.
A few of the stumps and roots of fallen giants that can be seen along Comox Lake – a reminder of the rich history of logging on Vancouver Island. Eventually nature will reclaim this resource and only memories will remain … Continue reading
Driftwood that washed ashore at Bates Beach from the waters of Georgia Straight – pretty, and a reminder that logging plays an important role in the economy of Vancouver Island. This area is between Kitty Coleman Beach Provincial Park to … Continue reading
Perrey’s Beach is at the end of Seacliffe Road, between Bates Beach and Seal Bay. The beach offers great views of Georgia Straight, and has numerous tide pools at low tide. The beach was named after Dick Perrey, one of … Continue reading