Transformation

Sahsima is the Songhees First Nation name for this rock, which in their histories tells of a man who was harpooning seals and was turned to stone for rebuking Hayls the Transformer.

Compare this photo with yesterday’s to see how nature also transforms this place.

Reprised from January 2012.

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Furious

This transformer stone, Sahsima, has spent millennia withstanding the storm’s fury.

Reprised from January 2012

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Ocean in Distress

 

 

A storm washed shoreline in January 2012, Harling Point. One of my favourite photos of water.

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Seedy Suess

Sunrise Rock

Winter Tones II


Another macro view of the winter fennel.

When I scheduled this a couple of weeks ago I had no idea what the weather will be like today.

But it has to have tones that are better than these chilly ones.

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Winter Tones


This is a fennel plant in the winter.

Isn’t summer great?

We usually let the fennel go to seed and then hang around for most of the winter to feed the birds.

Another shot from December 2011.

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