(from where I’m standing that rock looks like 3000 tons—give or take a few tons)
a person watching and listening,
has spent their time well.
A man casts for a big one along the Campbell River on Vancouver Island.
This spot is about 2.5 hrs from the Vesuvius Ferry Terminal on Salt Spring Island. (via the inland super hwy.)
* this post was previously published in error; it’s happily taken its rightful place today.
This may not look all that scary to you. But it sure was to us. What you don’t see is the deceivingly calm water hole just 20 metres upstream (there’s a sign that says no lifeguard on duty!) And the other thing you don’t see—is a very large waterfall just 10 metres downstream. There have been fatalities here.
This spring a 60 metre suspension bridge—65 metres above the canyon floor was opened to the public. Also new is a viewing platform at edge of the canyon wall. The platform provides an unimpeded view of the falls. Some snapshots below:
A small fish touches the surface on Little Qualicum River, Vancouver Island.
A cool oasis during this year’s drought.