Some of the colours and textures from Vancouver Island, British Columbia.
Most of the shots were taken in and around Victoria and Nanaimo, May 2003.
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Tide in Victoria's harbour.
Driftwood on one of the many Victoria beaches.
View from high shows the many curving harbours and beaches of Victoria's coastline.
Boats and houseboats moored in Victoria harbour.
Vancouver Island has many spectacular water and rock formations, such as the carved rock and waterfall pictured here.
A waterfall carving into the rock.
A cloud shadow passes over a mountain. You can just make out the line of a railway a bit above the water.
Ferns unfurling in the undergrowth, and trees overhead catching the late day sun with their moss covered branches.
Ferns flourishing in the moist, temperate climate of the BC coast. Definately made everything feel more tripical and ancient.
Can you believe that this is the type of trees made into toiletpaper?! Save the giants! Use recycled!
Late afternoon sunlight backlighting moss covered branches. The subtle beauty of this sight just barely translates in this photo.
Upturned mushroom on a sea of moss. Too close to the trail, poor thing met a rather tragic end.
Marc and Bo leaning against a giant driftwood. Rock beaches are nice because sand doesn't get everywhere, although it's not as soft.
Stripped and bleached but the water and sun, driftwood has a particular soft and warm quality that many people love.
Happy, freerange, organic chickens in the sun. The white debris is oyester shells, for calcium supplement. The yolks from these were so vribrant they were almost orange!
Miniature daisies in the morning sun.
In Polish these are called "stokrotki", which means "hundreds of times", referring to the masses of tiny petals.
Victoria upper crust.
Flowering meadow in a public park in Victoria. It's totally the shire!
Marc posing as a garden gnome in a flowering meadow in Victoria.