11:57 a.m. in the Mount Maxwell forest
Snow and fog on the upper half of the mountain. Then at the top, kids with sleds and parents with hot drinks.
And one very happy Westie.
These hardy quartz faces seem to be emerging from the bordering softer rock on Lassie’s Trail near the summit (see this previous post about hiking Mount Erskine).
The fir needles scattered with wild abandon remind me what mat inside our front door looks like after a hike this time of year.
Light and colour in the northwest sky at sunrise. When all the other campers were still snug in their beds.
Long shadows and lingering footprints in the sand document a-start-to-finish, glorious autumn day in Pacific Rim National Park.
Photographs of Salt Spring Island and areas reachable by ferry and road (and sometimes off-road).
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