Normally, this would just be another sunset at the lake. However, this one is a result of fire and smoke from the Gustafson forest fire just outside 100 Mile House. It shows fire as an element currently out of control in the interior of British Columbia.
Took some convincing to stop Shiva from sticking her nose into the camera, but I kept at it until I could get full frame texture.
When your bike stays upright for the very first time. Satisfaction
For some reason, person or persons unknown used a beached tree root for a collage of numbers which may have a significant meaning, although not to me. But Pedro does have my vote!!
An interesting bridge crossing the creek on the way up to Rainbow Lake near Whistler BC. While the platforms and stairs leading onto the bridge have been pushed around by yearly runoffs, the a-frame system keeps the main plank crossing intact.
Despite the number of moose in the Cariboo, they tend to avoid inhabited areas where docks, boats and fences impede their passage. This one kept a sharp on on me as he transited by the shoreline.
Not the first time time being caught in a sudden mountain storm. Rather than zero in on anything, I kept the lens away from the trees and let the camera focus wherever it decided which left the branches swirling in a foggy state.
Taken quite a few years ago when I was still geocaching on some of my outings. I’d found a cache on Lynn Peak and stopped for lunch. Lacking anything better to do I took a few of my trading items and set them up in the snow. Let the meeting come to order!
Most times the cabins across the lake are hardly noticeable, but as the fog drifted lazily through the trees and over the water this one was framed momentarily by itself. Then just as quickly disappeared into a temporary non-existence.