Glorious Winter Day at Taite Creek, Fauquier BC

Photo Essay

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Sentinel of a Distant Past

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Nature’s Artifacts at the Lakeshore

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Drop released from the Ice

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Shadowy Image of a Wild Boar

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Slabs of Glistening Ice

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Beauty between the Rock and the Tree Stump

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Pine Cones over the Arrow Lake

11 comments

  1. joshi daniel · February 6, 2017

    This is gorgeous:)

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  2. transmutation.me · February 6, 2017

    So wenig Schnee in Kanada ausser auf den Bergen, wieder was dazugelernt.

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  3. arv! · February 6, 2017

    Great pictures. My personal favorites are the first and the last. Love the composition.

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  4. taphian · February 6, 2017

    wonderful photos, Peter, wintertime is beautiful in BC, regards Mitza

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  5. GP Cox · February 6, 2017

    Magnificent country, Peter.

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  6. Rashminotes · February 6, 2017

    I love the pics Peter; amazing scenery and I love the capture of the pine cones!

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  7. Ann Coleman · February 7, 2017

    Incredible photos! Thanks for sharing them! We’re having such a warm day here that it’s hard to remember it’s actually winter.

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  8. Alan · February 7, 2017

    Nice,stunning,- love the comments.

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  9. jeannettepaterakis · February 9, 2017

    wonderful pictures from a magical place.Thanks for sharing this amazing scenery.My favorite photo is the fifth one ,but I like all of them of course.I feel now like I went there for a walk.I wish you and your family all the best.Many greetings from Crete

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