Category Archives: scenes

Creek mouth will move

  It has happened before, and it will happen again: The mouth of Kokanee Creek will (abruptly) shift to the east. The portion of the delta immediately to the west of the creek mouth is strewn with gullies and ponds. … Continue reading

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Thicket trail

  This is an experiment: I want to be able to display a navigable full-sphere image. For the meaning of full sphere, imagine that you are at the centre of a sphere, but can look in any direction whatsoever. You … Continue reading

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Snowflake’s view

  It is snowing. Here is one snowflake’s view as it drifts down to join its colleagues in a forest.

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Circumzenithal Arc

  It wasn’t the best I had seen, but this display of haloes in the direction of Nelson was better than any I had seen for a few years. I was alerted to it by the sight of a circumzenithal … Continue reading

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No lollypop

  I tried, but I didn’t win the lollypop — but I did manage something almost as good. I rarely fly anymore, but when I do, I ask for a window seat away from the wing. There are things that … Continue reading

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Sunny crossing

  Yesterday, I had occasion to cross Kootenay Lake on the M.V. Balfour on one of the few sunny days in the last few weeks. It offered the opportunity to take a couple of panoramas. The first view is a … Continue reading

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Harrop

  Another sunny day, another panorama from high on a Forest Service road. Previously a panorama was centred on Queen’s Bay. This view was taken a little to west and only shows a bit of the Main Lake and the … Continue reading

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Queen’s Bay

  Sometimes it is fun to explore a Forest Service road for interesting views. I like this one looking down on Queen’s Bay. (I refuse to use its silly official name.) This picture was taken from the Selkirk Mountains, while … Continue reading

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Path by creek

  June brings raging creeks as the mountain snows melt. A path beside a creek close to my home is accompanied by the din of cascading water and rolling boulders. For a decade, I have taken pictures at one spot along this … Continue reading

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Kaslo covered bridge

  The Kaslo covered bridge is officially known as the Kaslo Trailblazers Bridge for it is the Trailblazers Society that built it in 2008 as part of the Kaslo River trail system. It is 34 metres long and it sits … Continue reading

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