47 Replies to “Natural Splendour of the Arrow Lakes”

  1. Hallo Peter, das ist Kanada so wie ich es mir im Herbst vorstelle. Einfach traumhaft. Man könnte sagen indian summer. Die Fotos sind wirklich traumhaft. Liebe Grüße Wolfgang

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    1. Natur is the great artist. And we humans are merely very creative imitators. When we perceive ourselves as part of nature, then we draw our inspirations from her beauty not just for art but every human endeavour. Thank you for your kind comment, Amy!

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  2. Each one of these photos is lovely, a pleasure to see. I include the close-up of the leaves – I haven’t been successful yet in doing that. I also have enjoyed the discussion in the comments. Even when we’re trying to be essentially honest in our everyday dealings with other people, I’ve always recognized the necessity and appropriateness of “little white lies,” but sometimes I find myself unwilling to bend, even for unimportant issues, and won’t pretend to enjoy someone’s “death metal” or “bubblegum pop” music – -sometimes you simply can’t stand to listen to this stuff, but I do try to maintain good humor and good relations, and hope no one takes it personally, when you reject their musical tastes.

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    1. Oh, Robert, I wholeheartedly agree with what your saying about giving dishonest positive feed-back in the comments section. If I don’t like a post, I do not respond, and if an entire blog takes on an offensive nature, I simply unsubscribe from it.

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    1. Now, now, BC is located in a temperate climate zone influenced by the Pacific. I would miss the winter fun with plenty of snow. But then everything we experience is a matter of perception.

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