It’s been a while since I’ve posted a series of Skywatch images but this Friday I walked from Wickaninnish Beach to Comber’s Beach in Pacific Rim National Park Reserve. Various combinations of sand and water and sky presented themselves and changing the camera position slightly revealed different patterns and textures. It was one of the uncommon clear evenings on the West Coast but there was a little haze at the horizon that added to the mood of the evening.
This weekend has seen some exceptionally warm and fog-less days and evenings with daytime temperatures nearing 30° C! I don’t particularly like this much heat but the clear skies make for interesting photography opportunities. Thankfully, the forecast is for the temperatures to cool off and much needed rainfall by next weekend. In the meantime I’m going to enjoy the clear skies as best I can!
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