Discussion in 'Trip Reports' started by WaterMark, Jan 2, 2011.
Wow, some stunning photos!
Here's one from a few years ago, taken in the BIG, from Gilbratar Is.
Portland Island, towards Fulford Harbour. Willi's hammock and himself in the distance.
westcoastwilli is the number one sunset picture guy. He must be busy with some winter projects in upper Alps now, otherwise he'd respond as well.
Sun setting over Satuna and Tumbo Island from Patos Island Aug 2004
Cox Bay Beach, Tofino - December 30th, 2010.
Prevost Island, Southern Gulf Islands - Jun 30, 2007
Fireworks, English Bay - August 1, 2008
I must have taken 50 pic's this cool breezy evening on the Oregon Coast back in 2005
Whitsunday Islands, Sawmillers Beach
Prevost Island, after a thunderstorm, June 2009
Oregon Coast August 2009
Montara Lighthoust September 2009
Pender Island Sunset October 2009
Downtown Kirkland to mid 520 and back....
Catala Island, Nuchatlitz
Sucia Island, San Juans
Deception Pass, Washington
Are those Twin Islands on the left?
Nope, it is just a section of the NW shoreline of the island. That island is a kayaker's paradise.
Broken Group Late July 2010, the only sun we saw for a week
August 2010 in the Broken Group, from Willis Island.
Agust 2009, from the South end of Kingsmere Lake, Prince Albert National Park, Saskatchewan. (You can find that trip report here.)
Not paddling, but water travel just the same. December 30th, 2010, 3:09 pm and the sun is getting low (never mind that it never got above 11° high in the first place). Taken while snowshoe camping on MacKay Lake, northern Saskatchewan. (Click through to head over to my friend Mark's blog to see the trip report and a fantastic sunrise photo.)
Here is another northern Saskatchewan sunrise, taken September 2010 on the Churchill River. (More photos from that trip here.)
Amazing forum! :clap: :clap: I love sunsets as well.
Here is a sunset from Feather Cove looking north through Lewis Channel (taken from my hammock):
And one from Okeover Inlet looking out into Desolation Sound:
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