But are these both morning photos, both evening photos, or one of each? Feel free to comment.
We’ve seen also seen the view from this beach in a moment of stunning colour.
It’s that time of year: short excursions exploring the areas around Salt Spring Island. And, as previously mentioned, often without any kind of internet connection. Which is a good thing I think. But this means there will be more frequent interruptions in postings on this website though October.
This is San Juan Beach, at Port Renfrew. The beach is well exposed to the ocean and thus the pile-up of logs. The logs afford some protection from the wind—and great spots to enjoy the sun and read a book.
Below is a photograph of part of the beach. The camper is visible, but I’m not sure you can pick it out on every size viewing screen (1/3 in from the right and halfway down the image):
I had expected there to be more flow in the stream, after seeing the torrent nine days ago. And I didn’t expect to see any of the iridescent green moss left either. I like the new cleaned-up, wet look and I think this it the best image yet. It seems more alive and vibrant.
Sometimes you need to work at a photograph until you get it right. Now I’m wondering what it might look like in moonlight or after a decent snow…