While walking along Florencia Bay on Vancouver Island, British Columbia these markings in the sand that looked like trees caught my eye. They were somehow produced by the receding tide. I am constantly amazed by the beauty to be found in the most unexpected places. It was almost as if God was drawing pictures in the sand!
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I just got back from spending a week with fellow Photographer and friend Rick Schmidt on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. We landed in Nanaimo Sunday morning (May 11), picked up our car and headed over to Tofino. On the way we stopped at the Cathedral Grove to check out the giant Douglas Fir trees. These trees are truly magnificent.
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“Cathedral Grove, located in MacMillan Provincial Park, is one of the most accessible stands of giant Douglas fir trees on Vancouver Island. Here visitors can stroll through a network of trails under the shadow of towering ancient Douglas-fir trees, majestic pillars untouched by the modern world – some more than 800 years old.” reference http://www.env.gov.bc.ca/bcparks/explore/parkpgs/macmillan/