on Hornby Island
(compare to the first “sea life”, on the westcoast of Vancouver Island)
May 8, 2014 in Nature, Photoworks by Marja-Leena
If only more people had your sense of love and respect for the natural world we’d all be better off far into the future. These are so very lovely.
Thanks, Susan, for your kind words. The natural world is so very rich in fascinating images to capture with the eye and the camera, I would be very sad to see it all destroyed.
Oh most wonderful! I do miss those beaches.
Hattie, have you been to some of BC’s Gulf Islands or the westcoast of Vancouver Island? Of course you may be recalling the beaches of California where you grew up. I remember some of the Oregon coast…
What I have seen on beaches from California to Washington looks like this. I guess it is one ecosystem.
Hattie, yes, it probably is one ecosystem, all being part of the Pacific coast of North America, though with variations of course in climate and local conditions.
Your Hawaiian beaches are of course glorious, though likely with some variations as well.