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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
According to Environment Canada, the wonderful fall colour this year is not something we are imagining as being more vivid and intense than usual. It’s real. The yellows have been stimulated by recent heavy rain after dry weather throughout the … Continue reading
A moment frozen in team, and leaves frozen in ice at Filberg Lodge – Comox
O Canada – a very cold winter day at Filberg Lodge. That’s cold as in Comox cold as it’s -4° C outside and the air has a damp bite to it. If you get into a sheltered sunny area it’s … Continue reading
Fallen leaves on the beach, above the high tide mark between the shoreline and coastal vegetation and trees.
What is more Canadian than the maple leaf? Well, actually a lot if you consider the CBC, roller derby, surfing in cold water, and other such things…
What is more Canadian than the maple leaf? Well, actually a lot if you consider bison, bacon, poutine, and other such things…
What is more Canadian than the maple leaf? Well, actually a lot if you consider the beaver, maple sugar, the toque, and other such things…
Maple leaves should not be falling in August, yet they are, due to the hot, dry summer that is parching most of British Columbia. The trees become stressed and shed their leaves – not a good thing…
Hoar frost – a winters day in the Puntledge Recreation Area [fbalbum url=”https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.285316271592091.1073742085.123247217798998&type=3″ size=”187″]