A Photo Essay on Fauquier BC Canada

Awaking of Nature in and around Fauquier

Photos by Peter Klopp

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Wooden sentinel keeping a watchful eye the Arrow Lake
Wooden sentinel keeping a watchful eye over the Arrow Lake
Oregon grapes blooming high above the lake
Oregon grapes blooming high above the lake
Juniper berries in their second year of development
Juniper berries in their second year of development
Remnant of a Distant Past - an old logging ramp
Remnant of a Distant Past – an old logging ramp
A driftwood choir singing 'Ode to Joy'
A driftwood choir singing ‘Ode to Joy’
Catkins ready to pollinate the tiny red flowers of a hazelnut tree
Catkins ready to pollinate the tiny red flowers of the hazelnut tree
Tiny, yet so beautiful - thousands of these violets blooming on our yard
Tiny, yet so beautiful – thousands of these violets blooming in our yard
Birds announcing the arrival of spring on every tree
Birds cheerfully announcing the arrival of spring on every tree
Crocuses receiving their first spring guest in their floral abode
A crocus receiving its first spring guest in its floral abode

 

10 Replies to “A Photo Essay on Fauquier BC Canada”

  1. oh my God..so beautiful place..amazing…wonderful for hiking..you did a great job with these photos..professional..thanks a lot for sharing..I see I have to go to Canada once :)but in summer time ,so I can walk around and make pictures :)wish you and your family all the best

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  2. So breathtakingly beautiful Peter. Thank you so much for these stunning pictures heralding the arrival of Spring. The birds, the flowers, the lakes, the mountains it is so wild, so raw, so unspoilt and a Paradise on Earth! Scotland is lovely too, but in a very different way…a little gentler I think… Spring has sprung! Alleluiah!

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