Iona Beach Regional Park, Richmond, British Columbia
This entry was posted on 04/28/2012 by Karyn Eisler. It was filed under Animals-Nonhuman, Water-Beach/Ocean and was tagged with Beach, Birds, British Columbia, Canada, Eagle, Heron, Iona Beach, Karyn Eisler, Nature, Parks, Photography, Richmond, Travel, Vancouver, Water.
Love the contrast in perspectives!
04/28/2012 at 16:21
Thank-you, composer! It was sort of surreal to be there, with the variety of contrasting elements, including the airplanes flying overhead.
04/28/2012 at 18:29
This is nice. I like the form of the tree, the two birds, the white painted across the background. Very nice composition in this one.
04/28/2012 at 16:23
Thank-you, Linda! The tide was so far out at the beginning of my walk. Two hours later, it was almost all the way in, and those particular birds were gone. Everything in motion …
04/28/2012 at 18:30
Why did I never go here, when I lived in the vicinity… ?
I love this shot. Gorgeous. The birds are in a triangle. At least I think that’s another one, a bit further off(?) Super with the two, in any case.
04/28/2012 at 17:58
Thank-you, Rose! That is exactly my question … why was yesterday only the second time I’ve spent here in the past 18 years? Just a few minutes by car, yet it feels like another world.
And I think you are right … I believe it’s a seagull a bit further out, completing the triangle …
04/28/2012 at 18:33
It’s so surreal. It looks like, I don’t know, some other part of the world anyway, not BC, or how most people think of BC, I think.
04/29/2012 at 06:22
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