like being in another world

I’m back to posting pics from my trip to the Great Bear Rainforest off the coast of Northern British Columbia.  This was my favourite morning of the trip (and actually the last morning of the trip as we were heading back to Hartley Bay to catch the seaplane back to Prince Rupert and then on to Vancouver the next day). It was a spectacularly beautiful morning on the water and the view gave me goosebumps. It was like being in another world. I’ll post more pics from that morning, but this is definitely one of my favourites.

morning clouds on the Douglas Channel

Calm

It was easy to take reflection pictures, when the water was so calm.

Wilderness is not a luxury but a necessity of the human spirit. Edward Abbey (1927-1989)

Wilderness is not a luxury but a necessity of the human spirit.
Edward Abbey (1927-1989)

“I thought of the wilderness we had left behind us, open to sea and sky, joyous in its plenitude and simplicity, perfect yet vulnerable, unaware of what is coming, defended by nothing, guarded by no one.” ― Edward Abbey

“I thought of the wilderness we had left behind us, open to sea and sky, joyous in its plenitude and simplicity, perfect yet vulnerable, unaware of what is coming, defended by nothing, guarded by no one.”
― Edward Abbey