Waterfalls change day by day and, sometimes hour by hour.
Lots of seasonal waterfalls exist along the length of Jervis Inlet.
There are long sections of steep shoreline.
In the wettest times water runs everywhere.
On an afternoon walk.
On Hwy 101 near Ruby Lake.
What can I say?
Totems at the Tsanko Mall in Sechelt.
The Albert Glacier, looking past Patrick Point fall /09.
A pocket cruise vessel departs Princess Louisa Inlet in fall /09.
Grey skies of fall /09.
Unusual fall clouds in the Stakaus Valley /09.
A favourite view looking down Princess Louisa Inlet in fall /09.
Fall colours of a maple tree with Mt One Eye in the background in Oct /09
Strong light on the Albert Glacier in autum /09.
A brood stock fish farm is at Glacial Creek.
Clouds pile up on the surrounding hills in fall.
This may be the most beautiful piece of rock in Jervis Inlet.
Did this island slump away from the cliff above?
It's quiet on the dock in the fall.
Beautiful colours and lighting in September.
Mt Alfred and the Alfred Glacier through September haze.
The Pearkes Glacier hangs over Potato Creek, a hanging Valley.
Mt Victoria in the distance and Mt Albert to the right.
Arbutus trees take root in very small cracks and survice in difficult conditions.
Long sections of Jervis Inlet have steep, inaccessible shoreline.