Natural Splendour of the Arrow Lake

Wednesday’s Photos

May Impressions from the Kootenays

April showers bring May flowers. We all know the saying. I collected a few photos, which lend support for its general truth. But here at the Arrow Lake I must add the humming birds, which visit our area with the regularity of a clock at the time the trees are beginning to bud. A dramatic cloud formation is nicely rounding off this week’s photo presentation. Enjoy.

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24 comments

  1. Pure Glory · May 29, 2019

    Peter, you captured the beauty of Spring at Arrow Lake. Enjoyed all your photos. Thank you.

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  2. Tiny · May 29, 2019

    Beautiful! And a great capture of a “hummer”.

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  3. Pit · May 29, 2019

    Fantastic pictures! 🙂

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  4. Labby · May 29, 2019

    Herrliche Aufnahmen. Besonders eindrucksvoll ist das Bild mit den Wolken über dem See

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  5. Labby · May 29, 2019

    Der Kolibri war bestimmt schwer vor die Linse zu bekommen oder ? Gruss Wolfgang

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    • Peter Klopp · May 30, 2019

      Eigentlich nicht! Er kennt mich schon und sitzt gerne auf einem Ast und schaut mir zu. Vielen Dank, Wolfgang!

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  6. cindy knoke · May 29, 2019

    How beautiful and love your hummer!

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  7. Jodi · May 29, 2019

    oh such beauty!!!!!!!!!!!

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  8. Robert Parker · May 29, 2019

    Beautiful! Especially the lake and dramatic clouds. But every one is a keeper. And I especially like that shot of the bee, head down in what I think is “bee balm.”

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    • Peter Klopp · May 30, 2019

      Thank you, Robert, for this kind comment and many others. They are truly appreciated.

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  9. Stella, oh, Stella · May 29, 2019

    Once the plants start it goes fast, does it not? Beautiful colours! And the bird, so cute. The clouds are truly dramatic. Cloudy skies are often the most interesting.

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  10. kopfundgestalt · May 29, 2019

    Klasse das 2te und auch das Letzte Bild!

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  11. Anonymous · May 29, 2019

    Just lovely pictures, Peter, thank you for sharing your beautiful impressions of spring.

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  12. rabirius · May 30, 2019

    Amazing nature.

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  13. Roberto Rodriguez · May 31, 2019

    Great pictures to relax in the weekend!

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  14. Nurul Fitri Lubis · May 31, 2019

    Beautiful as usual, Peter. And the bird, it looks so proud of itself 🙂

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  15. floresphotographic · May 31, 2019

    Lovely pictures. I like the dramatic sky and the hummingbird.

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  16. Su Leslie · June 1, 2019

    Beautiful shots Peter. The clouds are magnificent.

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  17. Steve Schwartzman · June 1, 2019

    Your subtitle “May Impressions from the Kootenays” reminds me of the scenic hours I spent in Kootenay National Park almost two years ago. You must be thrilled to live in such a scenic (if cold) part of the world.

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    • Peter Klopp · June 3, 2019

      It is not as cold as you may think. I enjoy this four-season part of the world. Thanks for the kind comment, Steve!

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  18. Sarah · June 1, 2019

    Beautiful! Just beautiful! I wish we had hummingbirds here too! 😊

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  19. Amy · June 2, 2019

    Gorgeous shots. What is the purple flower in the second photo? (I am back from England and slowly trying to catch up. Hope all is well!)

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  20. jml297 · June 12, 2019

    Such exquisite photos, capturing the beauty and essence of the season 😊

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