The first week out on the Passing Cloud was mostly overcast, though often the skies were quite bright.
This example is taken in Hecate Strait looking SW along the coast of Lyell Island (link to map).
A mortuary pole at SGang Gwaay, visited while touring on the Passing Cloud.
SGang Gwaay is a UNESCO World Heritage Site located on the south west side of Gwaii Haanas (map link).
If you want to know more about SGang Gwaay I have written about it in several posts (link) from previous visits.
This shot is from a group of about 30 dolphins that included many calves, one of which is visible in the middle of this shot.
This photograph is from the south end of Burnaby Narrows.
While on the Passing Cloud in Gwaii Haanas one of the passengers had to leave unexpectedly mid-way through the tour.
She departed alone, leaving her travel companion on board to finish the tour.
Here she is being delivered to the float plane in Juan Perez Sound.
To the left is All Alone Stone, an isolated peak rising from the seafloor.
This is at sunset, taken from the anchorage at the south end of the narrows near Bag Harbour.
This is another take on this scene from the one I published last month as De La Beche.
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