Possibly my favourite tree. Located on the highest summit of Stawamus Chief in Squamish, it always reminds me of a semi cascade style bonsai. At some time its top was likely lost to a storm but the rest remains well attached to the rocky surface. Nature seems to have done a fine job in perfecting its appearance without resorting to unnecessary wires or manipulation. However, at close to 9 feet in width and 3 feet in height, it would be a problem sitting the specimen on the dining room buffet.
Yet again, a photo of Horse Lake at sunset. Only this time I wanted to soften the image and instead of trying to blur the focus, I took advantage of camera shake. Just make sure the shutter speed is really slow and take an experimental approach.
Cypress Mountain Ski Area was the venue for the Freestyle Skiing and Snowboarding events of the 2010 Winter Olympics. As a legacy I guess the green rings will remain forever.
While repurposing fallen trees for fencing makes practical sense, it takes a comical person to leave the root system intact.
A seating place finished with very shiny travertine tile and pretty blue handles outside a local bank. The reflection caught my eye as the light hit it just at the right angle as I passed by one day. Then when I uploaded the pic to my PC, I decided it was even better turned upside down.
Didn’t seem that cold by the time we got to the summit of Webb, but the icicles were still melting off the alpine trees.