Here’s a previously unpublished image of our local mountains, the Golden Ears in Maple Ridge. A fitting way to end this series, for now. This is a great example of the Lower Mainland in Winter. Two days latter we got a huge dump of snow.
Here’s a group of mountain near Field, B.C. A dramatic backdrop for a small villiage with a Railway background.
Somewhere around Revelstoke, B.C. we found this restless giant. Look close in the snow and you can see a couple of places where she’s had rock slides. Rumblings below or melting snow?
Here’s another scene close to home. Here the mighty Fraser River rushes through the mountains at Yale, B.C., just at the start of the famous Fraser Canyon. Often seen with a shroud of cloud. A rainforest if not a famous one.
Here’s some more of our local scenery. By local I mean the Lower Mainland of B.C. This is north of the Fraser River, but I’m not totally sure of the location or the name of these snow covered peaks.