Cool Rock Formations of Western Canada

Cool Rock Formations in British Columbia are a great attraction to photographers because they offer cool shapes and textures. Anyone who is particularly interested in abstract photography may find himself in heaven when coming upon such geological feature.

The video slide shows image captured at different location in British Columbia, including the northern part of Mabel Lake, Slocan Lake in BC’s Kootenay region; A rock pool is located in the spill channel of BC Hydro’s Wilsey Dam at Shuswap Falls in BC, Gray rock textures of an unusual rock face at a Vancouver Island beach near the town of Ucluelet, Wally Creek along coastal highway #4 between Port Alberni and Tofino; Botanical Beach Provincial Park.



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Canoe Beach, British Columbia – Winter Scenery

Canoe Beach is located in the semi-rural community of Canoe, British Columbia. The community lies on the south side of Shuswap Lake, northeast of the city center, just off the Trans Canada Highway. Canoe Beach is the only public beach in the immediate Salmon Arm area and draws significant local tourist traffic in summer months. Winter days can be splendid at Canoe Beach as the lake is usually calm and wildlife is often observed on or near the water.

The Secwepemc peoples were known to use the mouth of Canoe Creek as a site to launch dugout canoes for travel around Shuswap Lake. It is thought that the fact that early white travelers were impressed by the dugout canoes drawn up on the beach is the source of the name of this community. Cameras used for this video: Canon PowerShot SX60 HS & Panasonic Lumix DMC FZ300.

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