Natural Splendour of the Arrow Lakes

Wednesday’s Photos

Wooden and Stone Creatures

and a Landscape

Before several snowfalls blanketed the entire Arrow Lakes area and most of BC, my wife and I went out to hunt for some unusual art forms that the great artist Mother Nature creates for those who keep their eyes open for the wonders all around them. On our walk along the beach, I discovered a buck’s head, a wolf, a dinosaur, a landscape with great contrast between dark and light and a colourful creature turned to a friendly woman’s face. I have to confess that I was using a photo editor to add a little punch to the images in order to make the characters stand out against their background. Enjoy!







  1. Robert Parker · January 8, 2020

    These are terrific, Peter! Nice photos in themselves, and a fun bestiary. The second shot has intriguing lines and swirls, even without the resemblance to a wolf, and the fourth shot, with the dark pines in the foreground and clouds hovering over them, might be a great silkscreen. A very successful hunt!

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    • Peter Klopp · January 8, 2020

      Oh, thank you so much for your valued opinion, Robert!


  2. Stella, oh, Stella · January 8, 2020

    I agree with Robert Parker, terrific photos! I especially like the wolf and the stones … you are right, Peter, nature is the greatest artist!

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  3. The Cedar Journal · January 8, 2020

    Awesome photography!!!

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  4. Su Leslie · January 8, 2020

    These are lovely, and confirm what we both know; nature is the finest artist.

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  5. GP Cox · January 8, 2020

    You know, Peter, all the pictures I’ve seen of your Arrow Lake region, you really should have post cards made up of them.

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  6. Clanmother · January 8, 2020

    You live in a beautiful place!

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  7. Amy · January 8, 2020

    What an amazing eye you have! Most people would walk by and not see what you saw—myself included.

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  8. Ann Coleman · January 9, 2020

    Those are all quite good! The second one reminds me of the head of a horse, from the side, as if it were running. Good eye for natural beauty, Peter!

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  9. arv! · January 9, 2020

    You have an eye to ntoice small details. Speaks a lot about your photographic eye! There is no harm in tweaking pictures a bit!

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  10. kopfundgestalt · January 10, 2020

    Das 2. Photo ist sehr geheimnisvoll!


  11. Markus @ POINT BLANK · January 14, 2020

    Wonderful pictures! They speak to me!


  12. Ankur Mithal · January 14, 2020

    Fascinating. Perhaps as a typical resident of a hot-weather place, I always find snow-covered landscapes captivating.

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    • Peter Klopp · January 15, 2020

      Wear good winter clothes and you can easily tolerate severe winter conditions. But what can you do, when the thermometer reaches 40 degrees or even higher? Thank you for your kind comment, Ankur!

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  13. Moon · January 24, 2020

    Amazing! This place looks out of the world.

    Liked by 1 person

  14. jml297 · March 7, 2020

    Incredible photos, Peter, highlighting such beauty.

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