Above: classic shot of the Fog Alarm Building at East Point, Saturna Island, British Columbia.
And below, I tried to catch the sky reflected in a puddle left in sandstone hollows, on the “other side” of East Point.
If you like blues, this is the place. In these waters, an entire palette of blues is deployed every day.
Above: an islet before the approaching fog engulfs it… Viewed from the ferry.
And the same morning, again from the ferry, an apparition: the HMCS Oriole, the oldest commissioned vessel in the Royal Canadian Navy. It is a 31 m (101 ft 8 in) sailing ketch built in 1921. (I had to look it up.)
And I leave you with these sailors, stretching the day into evening.