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Category Archives: not your normal view
St Ann’s Catholic Church viewed from the Cowichan River Estuary Related Posts:St Ann’s Roman Catholic ChurchSt Ann’s Catholic Church and CemeteryCowichan River Estuary – Stone Butter ChurchStone Butter Church
Stone Butter Church as viewed from the Cowichan River Estuary Related Posts:Stone Butter ChurchStone Butter ChurchSt Ann’s Catholic Church and CemeteryCowichan Bay – man and nature
A fully loaded Skeena Queen departing the BC Ferries Swartz Bay terminal Related Posts:Skeena QueenSkeena QueenBC Ferries – Skeena QueenBC Ferries – Skeena Queen
Salish Orca at the BC Ferries terminal in Little River Built: 2016, Remontowa Shipbuilding S.A. Gdansk, Poland Gross Tonnage: 8728.00 tonnes Net Tonnage: 3238.00 tonnes Maximum Displacement: 4,227 tonnes Construction Material: Steel Length (m): 99.65 Breadth (m): 23.50 Depth (m): … Continue reading
Not your normal view of Island Sky at Little River Related Posts:Powell River Queen – not your normal viewMV Island Sky – Little RiverBC Ferries – Island SkyBC Ferries – Island Sky
Not your normal view aboard the Queen of Burnaby Related Posts:Queen of Burnaby – Not your normal viewQueen of Burnaby – Not your normal viewQueen Of Burnaby – Not your normal viewPowell River Queen – not your normal view
The magical world that we don’t usually get to see as it’s under a sailboat… Related Posts:Not your normal view – HMCS QuadraBC Ferries – not your normal viewBridges – Coombs Highway 4ABC Ferries – not your normal view
A pair of 360° videos of 5th Street at the intersection of Cliffe Avenue in Courtenay A 360° still image of the same intersection And above, a 360° view of the 5th Street Bridge and the Courtenay River Related Posts:5th … Continue reading
The Royston Wrecks are the remnants of 14 (possibly 15) old ships that were once used as a breakwater to protect the log booming grounds of Comox Harbour. In the first half of the 20th century the Comox Valley had … Continue reading
Bees and wasps on blackberry blossoms And a bit of video… Related Posts:Up close with insects – bumble beesUp close with insects – bumble beesCherry BlossomsPlum or Cherry blossoms?