Almost ready for the press. The Okanagan Valley of British Columbia has become a major viniculture region.
A fisherman casts his fly into the Adams River at Roderick Haig-Brown Provincial Park in British Columbia.
The Kinsol Trestle is the largest trestle along the Cowichan Valley Trail on Vancouver Island. It is 187 meters long, and 44 meters high.
An outbuilding at the Nicola Valley Ranch. It probably has some stories to tell.
Golden Aspens reflect on a pond along Otter Creek near Aspen Grove, BC.
An old barn stands along Otter Creek, stripped of its siding. Aspens in autumn colors stand watch over the old structure.
An abandoned log structure sits back from Thynne Lake on an autumn day.
At the bottom of Tulameen Canyon, flows the Tulameen River. The abandoned Kettle Valley Railroad follows the river on one bank, while golden cottonwood and aspen trees line the other side. The old railbed is now a part of the Trans Canada Trail System.
Surrounded by autumn splendor, a Ponderosa Pine stands as a sentinel to its dead brother. Probably attacked by Mountain Pine Beetle, one could not survive, while its partner seems to be thriving. Such are the quirks of mother nature.
Autumn gold flows down the mountainside near Aspen Grove, British Columbia
The BC Legislature knows how to dress up the house for the holiday season.