The Shuswap River at Grindrod.
The boat channel to Shuswap Lake.
Great Blue Heron at Shuswap Lake.
First sunlight over Shuswap Lake.
First colour over Shuswap Lake.
Early morning at Canoe Beach in Salmon Arm. Bastion Mountain and The Fly Hills reflected in the calm waters of Shuswap Lake.
No colour on this afternoon. A long exposure at Canoe Beach facing Bastion Mountain.
Fog on Shuswap Lake shortly after sunrise. A Great Blue Heron sits on one of the channel markers that guide boats from the launch ramp to the lake.
Shortly after sunrise at the wharf in Salmon Arm, BC.
Fog and mist forming on Shuswap Lake.
Fog at Sunrise
A little later than the following image, the fog has spread moving further into the bay on this beautiful lake.
As Fall approaches cool air at dawn creates fog banks on the lake as it meets the warmer water.
Last light on the wharf at Salmon Arm.
A sunset sky over Shuswap Lake.
Sunset on the bay
Last light of the setting sun at the wharf in Salmon Arm.
Aurora in the Southern Interior of British Columbia.
Canoe Beach, Southern Interior of British Columbia
Canoe Beach in the Southern Interior of British Columbia.
Low cloud and fog on Shuswap Lake.
Salmon Arm's Nature Path alongside Shuswap Lake.
Monster in the Mist
Bastion Mountain after sunset, shrouded in fog over Shuswap Lake.
Mount Ida from Sunnybrae
Salmon Arm at sunrise
Sunset over Shuswap Lake in the Southern Interior of British Columbia, Canada.
Fog at sunrise at Shuswap Lake
End of the Day
Post sunset colour.
Sunset at Blind Bay
These rocks will be submerged once snow melt from local hills and the mountains to the east has raised the water level of this beautiful lake.
Shuswap Lake in the Southern Interior of British Columbia.
Last of the Colour
Dawn at Shuswap Lake.
Gloom at Dawn
Salmon Arm, BC, Canada as fog moved in from the lake.
Sunrise at Shuswap Lake, British Columbia, Canada.
The Shuswap River at Grindrod, BC, Canada.
Sunset's last glow on these beautiful flowers at a home on the lake.
Ring of Fire
Come Fly With Me
On Thin Ice
The deep blue, last light of dusk.
Last Colour of Sunset.
Naturally Cooled Seating
Hot and Cold
A friend and I arrived at this spot as snow was falling. Once we set up the snowfall became very heavy and accumulated rapidly. Driving home was a white-knuckled adventure.