Natural Splendour of the Arrow Lakes

Wednesday’s Photos

Tall Grasses, Wildflowers and a Bumblebee

Whether you believe it or not after a very wet spring the grasses along the edge of the Fauquier Golf Course grew up to two metres tall. Since I prefer the landscape format in photography there was no way that I was able to capture their full height. But I was generally very pleased with the results, especially with the setting sun shining through the luscious stalks. The bumblebee feasting on a wildflower – I am sure my blogging friend Steve would know its name – was the icing on the cake. Enjoy.

32 Replies to “Natural Splendour of the Arrow Lakes”

    1. Oh, that is easy to answer. Many of my better photos I often show to friends and family on the big TV screen. To maximize the available screen most of my photos are in landscape format and edited for 16:9 dimension.

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  1. Hallo Peter, die Stimmung am See hast du mit deinen tollen Bildern ganz fabelhaft eingefangen. Herrliche Naturaufnahnen. Liebe Grüße nach Kanada von Wolfgang

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  2. Peter, thank you for sharing all the beauty in your photographs. The grasses are beautiful. The pink fireweed is lovely along with the other flowers. Usually, we get huge fields of fireweed blooming, here in Alaska. However, a summer of rain every day has taken out many of the blossoms. Haze;

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