Burrard Inlet and Point Grey in the foreground with Gabriola Island and Vancouver Island in the distance.
Views from the peak of Mount Douglas in Mount Douglas Park, “the largest and most magnificent park” in Saanich.
October sunrise at Iron Mine Bay, East Sooke Regional Park (view a close-up of a weathered Douglas-fir).
View of Mt. Seymour, Burrard Inlet and Metro Vancouver from Lynn Peak, Lynn Headwaters Regional Park.
View looking west from 2600m up on Lakeview Mountain in Cathedral Park (located southwest of Keremeos, British Columbia). Denture Ridge, Matriarch Mountain, Macabre Tower and Grimface Mountain form the first third of the photo. Goat Lake lies at the end of the valley, the slopes of which are covered with brown dead trees left in the wake of the mountain pine beetle.
View from three quarters of the way up the Feather Trail on Grouse Mountain. Point Grey, Burrard Inlet, and Stanley Park form a nice backdrop to Capilano Lake (at the head of Capilano River Regional Park), with Hollyburn Ridge and Cypress Provincial Park up to the right on the other side of the lake.
Sunset on Halfmoon Bay, Sunshine Coast.
Old tree stump on Volunteer Park Beach – smooth and black from erosion and time – with the City of Vancouver in the background. Unlike other driftwood around, it doesn’t move with the rise and fall of the tides.
First swim of the year! Lynn Canyon Park on June 15 just downstream from Twin Falls Bridge.
The view from Mount Tolmie Park looking southwest (towards the city of Victoria), west (across Saanich towards the Sooke Hills), and northwest (towards Mount Douglas Park and the Gulf Islands). Together, they form a full 180° panorama of southern Vancouver Island.