October is a month of transitions.

Katabatic winds flow out over the water and give rise to ephemeral sprites of steam fog. Curiously, despite the gentleness of the wind, a steam devil emerges.

The orangish colours of Western Larch have spread around the shore.

Bighorn Sheep have gathered in anticipation of the forthcoming rut.


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3 Responses to Mid-October

  1. Peter Bartl says:

    beautiful!!!!! peter bartl

  2. Christine Boyd says:

    These photos are a lovely celebration of the fall. Thank you.

  3. Marg Hopkins says:

    When I see your pictures of Kootenay Lake and surrounding area I realize just how much I
    miss living in that area…..life here in Christina is not soo bad either!!

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