Natural Splendour of the Arrow Lakes

Wednesday’s Photos

Lush Growth at Raging Heart Creek

On one of the rare rainless days, my wife and I eagerly went on a digital hunt for late spring images worthy to be published. We both lucked out on our leisurely stroll down to Heart Creek swollen with the melt waters from the nearby mountains. I particularly liked the fern in its monochrome green, the lupines in their multi-coloured glory, the piece of snake-like driftwood that I had stuck into the sand, and, of course, the wild waters tumbling over the shiny rocks in the creek bed. Enjoy!

14 Replies to “Natural Splendour of the Arrow Lakes”

  1. Your driftwood reminded me of the Loch Ness Monster. The lupines and ferns are lovely, but look at that water! I’d love to be there to stick my feet into it.

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  2. Lupines and ferns are so beautiful, no wonder they have made it into the gardens.
    Driftwood is good for the fantasy, one can see all kinds of things in it. In this case I’d rather go with the neck of a brontosaurus 😉
    You truly live in a beautiful – if at times merciless – area. But you and Biene are good at enjoying the here and now, aren’t you.

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