Little Qualicum Falls has been on my list of places to see for quite while and yesterday was the perfect chance. After being soaked with 24 hours of heavy rain, the river and falls were roaring! Here's a few shots taken in the evening around the Upper Falls.
Took some time over the holidays to explore an area of old-growth forest in the Nitinat Lake region. It turned out to be filled with giant, beautiful Sitka spruce trees, moss covered big-leaf maples, and herds of Roosevelt elk. A truly prehistoric looking forest that feels like a trip back in time just a few hours from Victoria here on Vancouver Island.
Fog drifting through old Douglas-fir trees around Matheson Lake in Metchosin.
The online art collective, Mammoth & Company, has added a second photograph of mine to their collection. The panoramic image of evening fog rolling through the old-growth forests near Sombrio Beach on Vancouver Island has a quintessential West Coast feel. Perfect for welcoming in the cool winter months. Limited edition, museum quality prints are available for order at Mammoth & Company.com.