Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Down into the gorge

The Northern Pacific Coast of North America is characterized by its abundant rainfall and thick forest cover. In some areas, where the rainfall is abundant, the forest is often characterized as a "temperate rain forest." This photo taken on Vancouver Island is a good example of such a temperate rain forest. In addition, despite the rain, it is also a wonderful place to take photographs.

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