Natural Splendour of the Arrow Lakes

Fresh New Look after the Rain

Last week my wife and I paid a return visit to one of our favourite outlooks overlooking the Lower Arrow Lake. After a long dry spell so early in the spring season, Nature was quite a bit behind. But now it had a new fresh look after a much needed rain. Apart from capturing the landscape in the clear air with the clouds forming a dramatic background, my focus was on the colourful flowers and bushes that attracted my attention. The pictures turned out to be so stunning and beautiful that I make no apologies for going over my limit of five photos per post. Enjoy.

21 Replies to “Natural Splendour of the Arrow Lakes”

  1. Good way of seeing it.

    On Wednesday, June 2, 2021, The Peter and Gertrud Klopp Family Project wrote:

    > Peter Klopp posted: ” Fresh New Look after the Rain Last week my wife and > I paid a return visit to one of our favourite outlooks overlooking the > Lower Arrow Lake. After a long dry spell so early in the spring season, > Nature was quite a bit behind. But now it had a new fres” >

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    1. Some people post just one picture, others way too many. I try to find the right balance somewhere in the middle. It gives people time to appreciate the beautiful aspects of nature without flooding them with too many impressions.

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  2. I thought that last photo looked like our blackberry and dewberry flowers, and sure enough: I’d bet that’s the boysenberry bloom. The Indian paintbrush is one of my favorites. They’re an early spring flower here, but when I was out last weekend, there were many new ones blooming. I can’t say I was sorry. The view of the flower-framed lake is my favorite. You do live in a beautiful area.

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