Beach Views, Vancouver BC

With the Fraser River, False Creek, English Bay, Burrard Inlet, and Horseshoe Bay (just off the top),Vancouver has lots of places to walk along the water. Big water, much of it.

That variety offers lots of chances to try out new ways of looking at it all. Here are two such, from a walk at Spanish Banks Beach .

White and black granite rock with green ribbon of seaweed.

View along driftwood log on rocky beach with inlet and mountains in background.


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6 Responses to Beach Views, Vancouver BC

  1. Tom Watson says:

    In the first photo what is the green ribbon-like piece running across and down the rocks? Seaweed growth of some kind?

    • Isabel Gibson says:

      Tom – Dagnab it, I meant to say. Thanks for asking. Yes, I think it’s a slime of seaweed.

  2. Woosh…that second one. 😀 Great depth of field.

    • Isabel Gibson says:

      Barbara – Yes, I like this one too. As *your* John says, you can almost walk into it.

  3. Tom Watson says:

    That slime of seaweed on the rocks makes for a striking photo!

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