Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Little Qualicum Falls, Vancouver Island, British Columbia

I feel like I am at the polar opposite of my life in the desert Southwest of the United States when I see something like this waterfall in British Columbia. Notice the tree lodged in between the walls of the canyon. I took this pictures, standing in mud and off and on holding an umbrella from the rain. I am sure the picture would have been different in the sunshine, but we hadn't seen much of that on our visit at this point. I understand that parts of the Vancouver Island get more than 120 inches of rain a year. I haven't seen anything this wet since I lived in Panama. The colors are even more impressive in person than show in any photograph.

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