The Columbia River this evening, just after the sun dipped behind Mt. Marion in the Purcells. The unseasonably warm weather made for a very pleasant afternoon.
If you’re going to put down roots pick a spot where you can see what’s going on. Location: The Raven’s Nest Resort & Campground
Sunset last evening overlooking the Columbia Wetlands at The Raven’s Nest Resort & Campground near Fairmont Hot Springs.
Fall colour along the Columbia River at Spillimacheen with sunrise colour over Mt. Ethelbert in the Purcell Mountains.
Smoky skies to the south and west at sunset last evening, but clear blue sky overhead in the Fairmont Hot Springs locale. This beautiful view of the wetlands is a special treat for campers and cabin guests at The Raven’s Nest
Sunset colour at 10:00 pm last evening looking north-west over #LakeWindermere and the Toby Benches. The temperature was still around 35°C. I could see the heat shimmering over the lake through the lens. Stay cool everyone, it’s only June.
In celebration of World Rivers Day 2019 here is a view of the Columbia River at Invermere, BC. Lake Windermere is in the distance, which in reality is a shallow, wide part of the river. In the foreground is one
I took a late summer evening drive to Spillimacheen to photograph some of the active weather in the area. The sun was shining in Radium but as I arrived in Spilli a dark ominous active storm cell filled the valley.
Thunderstorms and rain rolled through the valley around Spillimacheen and Brisco yesterday. This view overlooks the Columbia River and the wetlands with the Canadian Rockies beyond under a sullen grey sky. Highway 95 lies between the river and the mountains. It’s just a short
The Aurora Borealis over the Columbia Wetlands and the Canadian Rockies. The lights of Wilmer, BC can be seen on the far side of the wetlands.