Rain and Mist in the Cowichan

Another day, another photo. This one wasn’t as easy as some of the photos due to working on my boat and basically pretty dreary wet weather. At least the snow is gone! The drive down to Maple Bay (where my old boat is located) is very picturesque and I could easily stop every few moments to take photos but at the same time I have a deadline and can’t get distracted, Sound familiar? At the same time I’ve made a commitment to shooting a photo a day so today I stopped briefly at the bridge and photographed the drizzle. I’ve been looking at the plants here for days, beautiful colours and such. Finally here’s a photo.

A previous “photo a day” was shot from the same bridge looking the opposite direction. Check it out at Somenos.

Richards Creek, Duncan, Vancouver Island, British Columbia

Richards Creek, Duncan, Vancouver Island, British Columbia

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3 Responses to “Rain and Mist in the Cowichan”

  1. Lynn Wiles says:

    Gorgeous mist colors water and no snow.
    .-= Lynn Wiles´s last blog ..My Favorite Light =-.

  2. kevin says:

    The “no snow” is good! Actually, I love snow, just took up ice skating and the photography is good but, my old self still enjoys warm weather and lots of sun.

  3. […] this area every day. On January 15th I photographed from the bridge looking the other direction, Richards Creek and on January 8th I photographed this view during a beautiful afternoon, Somenos Richards Creek, […]

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