National Historic Site “The first lighthouse on Canada’s west coast. Built by the British in 1860, when Vancouver Island was not yet part of Canada. In the background are the Olympic Mountains in neighbouring Washington state.”
Fisgard Lighthouse, “the oldest on the Canadian west coast” taken from inside the Lighthouse. The Olympic Mountains in the background across the Salish Sea.
The fawn is a new born following the mother into the woods. The goslings are days old and are being taught how to survive.
Looking back at Victoria BC with Mount Baker looming in the background. The mountain is located over 140 miles away from the city.
Esquimalt lagoon is bird sanctuary offering “a shallow lagoon enclosed within a sand spit and connected to the ocean by a tidal channel at the one end”. The gulls are always looking for food.
At the end of the storm the sky becomes moody offering the simple beauty of the West Coast.
On the West Coast of Canada we can be hit with winter storms when the waves come crashing in.