7:55 a.m. seen from the Ganges Aerodrome
Flying towards the sun (but later making a left turn for Vancouver) a full reconditioned Harbour Air deHavilland Beaver, flown by Salt Spring Air’s chief pilot, owns the sky.
The often photographed Seahorse and I watch a late autumn sky in Ganges Harbour.
The 16 second exposure, aided by a tripod and an absence of boat wake, helps portray the tranquility of this scene.
Once we get past the current monsoon-like weather, there may be more opportunities like this. In mid-to late December the sun rises straight out the harbour and, combined with humidity and the (usually) cold weather, a golden ice fog can form over the ocean’s surface.
Delivering water to the temperate rainforest on a rainy Salt Spring day.
Ready for November on Salt Spring Island.
Photographs of Salt Spring Island and areas reachable by ferry and road (and sometimes off-road).
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