Vancouver Island Rain Forest

Whether we like it or not, Vancouver Island is a very wet area. While my home on the southeast end of the island isn’t overly wet there is still enough moisture to have beautiful forests with lots of neat plants growing in the understory. This is truly macro photography territory with mushrooms, mosses, ferns and even small critters to photograph. Tomorrow I’ll have a macro photo but today here’s an overview of the lush temperate forest.

Vancouver Island Temperate Rain Forest

Vancouver Island Temperate Rain Forest

Related Posts :

  • By slowing down we can pause long enough to really look closely at the amazing world around us. This is one of the joys of macro photography, poki ...

  • Here we are, one month finished in the photograph a day series. So far it has been an interesting exercise. Right now I'm in the middle of a major ...

  • More trees and more mist. Our recent weather pattern has been somewhat predictable with lots of cloud, drizzle, rain and more rain. Also very pred ...

  • I recently picked up a used Nikon 17-55 f2.8 lens and finally had a chance to shoot something other than party photos. My first impression is that ...

  • Petrified Forest National Park in Arizona has as expected, petrified trees. I've been reading up on the whole science of this and hopefully will g ...


3 Responses to “Vancouver Island Rain Forest”

  1. Lynn Wiles says:

    So beautiful, so green, so lush and not white. Think I might be looking at this a lot.

    kevin Reply:

    The white is very photogenic as well, just wish it would happen in warmer climates. I’ll tease you a little later this month, keep watching!

  2. Lynn Wiles says:

    Will do – now I’m curious.

Leave a Reply