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Category Archives: Comox Lake
This has to be one of my favorite scenes at the BC Hydro impoundment dam on Comox Lake – lots of water, but not too much, and a healthy discharge for the salmon downstream and for the Puntledge Generating Station. … Continue reading
Comox Lake – looking toward Cumberland from the logging road bridge Related Posts:Comox Lake Logging Road bridgeComox Lake Logging Road bridgeComox LakeComox Lake – 09 February 2018
A beautiful winter day the BC Hydro Comox Lake impoundment dam Related Posts:Comox Lake Logging Road bridgeComox Lake– beneath the waterComox Lake – Over the damComox Lake – The other side of the dam
A look at what is usually beneath the waters of Comox Lake Comox Lake has a long history of logging, as a source of water for the Puntledge Generating Station, and as the source of domestic water for the Comox … Continue reading
A fall scene at the Comox Lake Logging Road bridge Red, yellow and orange leaves – a spectacular fall day at Comox Lake. The Comox Lake Recreation Area provides access to multi-use trails along the Puntledge River, and some great … Continue reading
The tenacity of nature – Comox Lake Decaying tree stumps are an example of how nature recycles material to feed new plants and trees. This plant growing out of a tree stump is an example of how a tree lives … Continue reading
Comox Lake at 132.889m above sea level – 01 November 2017 Related Posts:Comox Lake – low waterComox Lake 131.996 m ASLComox Lake – The forgotten forestComox Lake – 3 months at the dam
Clouds over the forebay area of BC Hydro’s Comox Lake impoundment dam Related Posts:Comox Lake – A wet fall dayComox Lake Logging Road bridgeComox LakeComox Lake – July 2016
I’ve shot images of the changing water levels at Comox Lake over the years that I have lived here since moving from Ontario. Sometimes there is too much water and the Comox Lake Dam spillway is in operation, and sometimes … Continue reading