Georgia Strait views

Georgia Strait Views sunset
Georgia Strait sunset
Georgia Strait views

Beautiful Georgia Strait views await you all year round.  The ocean and the mainland mountains are perfect for nature photography.

Georgia Strait Views Mount Churchill
Mount Churchill

Close ups of the distant Churchill Mountain truly take your breath away.  Just imagine being on that boat and taking in all the scenery.

Georgia Strait Views
Views looking over to the Sunshine Coast

The colors of the ocean keep you coming back for more.  So many different shades of greens and blues.  Enjoy some nature in your area and be grateful for its presence.

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Moorecroft Park Nature photos here!

Secret Beach beautiful sunset here

Mountain Ocean views

Mountain ocean view
Beautiful British Columbia views
Mountain ocean views over the Georgia Strait

Canadian West coast nature with an emphasis on mountain ocean views.
An especially awesome fall mountain and ocean view over the Georgia Strait.

Mount Churchill
Mount Churchill

As you can see mountains and the ocean look awesome together.  Such a contrast in height and textures.  Go play outside on Vancouver Island!

Nanoose marina
Nanoose marina views

A beautiful evening at Nanoose Bay with many mountains to look at across the Georgia Strait.  Chill out vibes at the end of the day are perfect.

Also please check out this Sunshine Coast ferry sunrise!

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Amanita muscaria mushroom

Amanita muscaria
Amanita muscaria mushroom
Amanita muscaria

Walking through the forest today I came upon a beautiful mushroom known as Amanita muscaria  .   With its stunning red with white spots this mushroom definitely looks vibrant.   Nature is indeed exciting and often full of many surprises.  In addition there are psychoactive properties associated with this mushroom when it is eaten.   It is well know that squirrels will have a few bites of this forest mushroom.  I guess we will just have to ask the squirrels about this psychoactive claim!

Amanita mushroom trippy deep dream
trippy deep dream image

I love the above image of a deep dream Amanita.  It illustrates that the forest floor is alive and occupied by mythical life forms that we can only imagine!  When we are walking through a forest we do not see a lot of the creatures that live there.  Sit down in a forest for a short while and you will often see the creatures of the forest reveal themselves to you.  By being silent you will notice a lot of small movements of the forest creatures like birds, banana slugs and small rodents.  If you are patient you will always be rewarded!

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Turkey Tail Mushrooms and mandala here!

Spider Lake fall reflections

Spider Lake fall Reflections
Beautiful fall Reflections
Spider Lake fall reflections

It was a lovely day to catch the Spider Lake fall reflections.  The water was very calm and a beautiful shade of blue.   Nature is the mirror image of spiritual reality. You can really feel that here.

This park is very peaceful and quiet – a real zen zone.  I always enjoy the fresh air and clarity of the water.

Spider Lake fall reflections
Spectacular fall scenery

This area was previously a gravel pit and now it is a fantastic recreation area for fisherman, kayaks, paddle boards, and swimmers.  It is a good example of industrial land converted back into nature!

A short drive north of Parksville in the center of Vancouver Island, makes this a great place to visit.  Nearby are the Horne Lake Caves which are equally as fun and interesting to visit.  Please check out more in my blog post below.

Also Horne Lake Adventure here!

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