Natural Splendour of the Arrow Lakes

Wednesday’s Photos

Snow-capped Mountains and Not Much Snow Elsewhere

Another first in more than forty years: After a good dump of snow just in time for Christmas, we experienced nothing but mild weather in our Arrow Lakes valley, which made the snow quickly disappear on our highways and along the shoreline of our beloved lake. Then rain started to fall in the first week of January and more rain is in the forecast. This is highly unusual for the Interior of BC. We did not let the fog deter us from going for our daily walks. I tried to capture as much light and colour as possible under the overcast sky. Enjoy.

22 comments

  1. Pit · 9 Days Ago

    What a beautiful scenery!

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  2. Labby · 9 Days Ago

    Hallo Peter, Kanada ist traumhaft. LG Wolfgang

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  3. kopfundgestalt · 9 Days Ago

    Schönes helles Blau im 2. Foto.
    Auch das nebelfoto gefällt mir.

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  4. Stella, oh, Stella · 9 Days Ago

    Nebel sorgt für etwas mystische Stimmung, mag ich sehr, aber auch die Gipfel im Hintergrund sind ziemlich imponierend.

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    • Peter Klopp · 8 Days Ago

      Die beiden Bilder sind fast zur gleichen Zeit aufgenommen worden. Wenn es nebelig und dunkel ist, sucht man immer nach ein wenig Licht. Es freut mich, dass dir das Nebelbild gefallen hat, Birgit.

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  5. Shepherd Cathy · 9 Days Ago

    cappedOn Wednesday, January 13, 2021, The Peter and Gertrud Klopp Family Project wrote:

    > Peter Klopp posted: ” Wednesday’s Photos Snow-capped Mountains and Not > Much Snow Elsewhere Another first in more than forty years: After a good > dump of snow just in time for Christmas, we experienced nothing but mild > weather in our Arrow Lakes valley, which made the sno” >

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  6. crowcanyonjournal · 9 Days Ago

    Nice shots, Peter!

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  7. shoreacres · 9 Days Ago

    In the third photo, in the patch of fog/cloud on the left, it looks as though you caught some iridescence. The pink and green are most obvious, at least on my screen. It reminds me of the fogbows I’ve seen. I really like the next-to-last photo. It’s quite dramatic.

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    • Peter Klopp · 8 Days Ago

      The dramatic fog photo was taken within the same short period when I discovered a sliver of blue sky above the mountains in the brilliant sunshine. Thank for your words of appreciation, Linda!

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  8. Such beautiful captures, Peter

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  9. GP Cox · 8 Days Ago

    I know I don’t comment often and for that I apologize, but my goodness, Peter, Arrow Lakes is a magnificent area!!

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  10. Amy · 8 Days Ago

    Amazing! How in the world did you find this place when you were looking for a place in Canada?

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    • Peter Klopp · 7 Days Ago

      That is a long story. In short, it started with a job offer as teacher/pricipal of the tiny school here in Fauquier many many years ago, Amy.

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  11. Robert Parker · 8 Days Ago

    What a beautiful area, and love these shots with the clouds swirling around. And bright red holly leaves?! I’ve never seen that, but perhaps it’s “grape holly”?

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  12. arv! · 8 Days Ago

    Certainly, unusual to hear about the vanishing snow. The foggy landscape picture is awesome.

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  13. Debra · 4 Days Ago

    I love mountain tops hidden by fog. Often looks like they have a halo. I was completely obsessed with foggy hills & mountains in Scotland. Always wanted to climb up and stand in the fog.

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    • Peter Klopp · 4 Days Ago

      And when light attempts to penetrate the fog and creates that special kind of glow in the clouds, I am amazed by the beauty it creates.

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      • Debra · 3 Days Ago

        Yes, it’s simply magical. I miss the mountains.

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