Today: another day on the River

Today, another day on the River…

The following is just a string of “random” pictures taken while kayaking on the River today.  Here’s hoping they are pleasant to the eyes for all.  Posting style is called “tiled mosaic” so I suppose you have to click on the picture to see it full size… enjoy!

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13 thoughts on “Today: another day on the River

    1. Sha'Tara Post author

      Thank you. The yellow flowers are what we call yellow flags. They are irises and they like blooming with their roots in the water. The clouds was one storm roiling in out of the north (rather unusual direction here – everything is normally west, or east) and by the time I returned closer to home it was raining lightly. Later we had lightning and thunder and today there isn’t a cloud in the sky.

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  1. OlafN

    Wow you have captured the moment very well. I love the ones with water, mountains, forest and gigantic clouds. These reflect the essence of nature so pure, I am jealous and honored at the same time to be able to have part on such beauty. Thank you.

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    1. Sha'Tara Post author

      You are welcome – just a bit different than your lake, and Hargun’s garden flowers. Earth is such a beautiful place!

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  2. Sha'Tara Post author

    You’re welcome, thanks for your comment, as always. You must have seen that storm coming up from you mountain aerie…

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  3. Fijay

    WOW!!! ShaTara I can see why you say Kayak’ing is like a meditation ….FABULOUS pics ….the landscape feels so open …it’s beautiful ….thanks for sharing these ….feel like I’ve been on a little row on the river:):):):)

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  4. Sha'Tara Post author

    Thanks for that glowing comment, Fijay. I wanted to give people an idea of the size (and beauty) of the Lower Mainland part of the Fraser River and its many channels and tributaries. You can probably “Google” that – Chilliwack, B.C., Canada. It shows the main river and the channels, although probably not at high water as it is now. If you want, to can follow the Hope River, east, or you can start from Berkeley Avenue (where I live) and follow my kayak run west to the main River.

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