That’s a deer silhouette just beyond the last tree on the point.
Then behind, on the mainland, there’s a jet (which I’m pretty sure you won’t see at web size) above the clouds over the pointed peaks of the ‘Lions’.
These folks have lots of time as they watch Prevost and Salt Spring islands go by. They started in Tsawwassen, stopped at Galiano, stopped at Mayne, and will soon be stopping at Pender Island. And then they get to turn around and sail to Long Harbour on Salt Spring Island.
OK, here’s a Salt Spring Island home and a half. We stopped by for a few evening/night photographs and I’ve got to say that this is one of the most interesting homes on the Island.It could be because we were there on a gorgeous clear warm evening and just kept shooting and shooting — until well after dark (I’ve now delivered a total of 44 images of this home to Sotheby’s). Standing on the tile over concrete deck, we could feel the day’s warmth radiating from below and from the rock wall of the house itself. The whole front of the home opens up to a panoramic ocean view.