Black bears feed on fruit and berries as well as salmon during the spawning season. Shy and often misunderstood, they shun human contact whenever possible.
Known for her gently flowing waters, the Similkameen River is a favorite amongst paddlers.
Rising fifty feet out of the Similkameen River, Bromley Rock has long been a favorite spot for cliff jumping.
The soft summer hues of blooming fireweed reflect peacefully in Alouette River.
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The textures of nature and finishing techniques give "Two" the unusual appearance of soft bark.
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British Columbia's winter storms pound the coastal landscape adding further drama to the rain laden skies.
Submerging herself in the deep pools of the Atnarko River, this mother grizzly feeds her three cubs with spawning salmon.
Vigilant against any danger to her three cubs, this mother grizzly eyes the Atnarko River for spawning salmon.
Wintertime in British Columbia offers surprising images of freezing waterfalls.
Constructed in 1827, Fort Langley was a former trading post for the Hudson's Bay Company.
Water is beginning to freeze along the edges of Alouette Lake.
Middle Joffre Lake displays her luscious turquoise waters and stunning glacial scenery.
Fog gently freezes on the shrubs and trees offering a softly alluring landscape.
Burnaby Mtn Totems
Views of Burrard Inlet and Deep Cove are softly lit through storm clouds.
The intense gaze of a bald eagle evokes regal majesty.
Silent and intense this Great Grey owl waits patiently for his next meal.
Another perfect summer sunrise in the Cariboo.
Established in 1993, Whytecliff Park is Canada's first saltwater marine protected area.
A Cariboo Chilcotin sunrise soflty lights the mist on One-Eyed Lake.
Ravens are considerably larger than crows and are amongst the smartest of birds, able to solve complicated problems.
Kootenay National Park
Silent and intense this Great Grey owl waits patiently through a winter snowstorm for his next meal.
British Columbia's old growth forests are deep, dark and lush. Soft floors of moss and needles soften and mute sounds. The filtered green brings a sense of peace and being.
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White Rock is home to the loveliest pier, stretching into Boundary Bay with sweeping views of the Olympic Peninsula. The sunsets are awe inspiring.
Norhern British Columbia
Nemiah Valley, BC
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Pitt Lake is one of the few tidal lakes in the world.
Emerald Lake is located in beautiful Yoho National Park. Mt Burgess is in the background of this image.
Whytecliff Park in West Vancouver is popular with scuba divers.
Gloriously big winter skies and ice circles form a stunning view along Alouette Lake in Golden Ears Provincial Park, British Columbia.
Big winter skies and calm water reflect the coastal mountains of British Columbia.
The beautiful Lower Joffre Lake outside of Pemberton, BC shows off stunning turquoise blue glacier fed waters.
The Kelly Lake fire in 2009 was caused by lightening from a severe thunderstorm. Today charred trunks and fireweed live side by side.
In early winter the crystal clear waters of Alouette Lake freeze into gentle curves along the rocky shoreline.
Snow softly settles on the branches of a maple tree in early winter, highlighting the seeds that will start new life in the spring.
As winter approaches in British Columbia some fern varieties loose their colour and become "ghostly" before slowly returning back to the forest floor.
Owls are extremely well camouflaged, this barred owl and mate blend in perfectly with their natural surroundings.
Moss covered trees sleeping quietly in streams, legends or dreams?
Perfect reflections on a hot summer day.
During a lunar eclipse the moon can take on dramatic colouration from bright orange to blood red, and the moon passes entirely inside Earth's umbral shadow. The September 27th event coincided with a harvest moon. The next such event will not happen again until 2033.
The word Inukshuk means "in the likeness of a human". (Inukshuk have been used by the peoples of the Arctic region of North America for centuries as landmarks or cairns).
These grizzly triplets, photographed in Bella Colla, are anxiously awaiting the reappearance of their mother as she forages for salmon downstream.
This grizzly cub stares intently at the strange sight of humans as she tags along behind her mother in search of spawning salmon along the Atnarko River in British Columbia.
British Columbia's unique coastlines add a mystical quality to the shoreline.
Serenity and new beginnings to each day.
The Sunshine Coast region of British Columbia has stunning scenery and soul calming sunrises.
In the Gordon River Valley near Port Renfrew on Vancouver Island, remnants of old growth trees watch silently as clear cut logging practices still go on. Big Lonely Doug, the second largest tree in Canada at 230 feet high (69 meters) was left standing in this clear cut. Being able to see this area firsthand is both moving and disturbing.
British Columbia's rugged coastline is filled with unique rock formations.
With hundreds of shades of green, beauty envelopes us in the forest.
Springtime in British Columbia is lush and full of life, vibrant with colour and the renewal of growth.
Life mirrors itself, simple and gentle.
Gently and sweetly pond life emerges into the viewers sense of nature.
English Bay is one of the most popular beaches in residential Vancouver, British Columbia.
Cool, green and inviting, our lives are enriched by our wanderings into the forests and glades, mountains and streams.
"Into the Light" is part of the Enchanted Pathways Collection.
Summer time adds a gentle touch to the cloud formations here in British Columbia.
River otters make their homes along the shores of creeks and rivers. They are extremely playful and very shy.