Landscapes “Everybody needs beauty as well as bread, places to play in and pray in, where nature may heal and give strength to body and soul.” — John Muir The “Wave”. Bryce Canyon. Bryce Canyon. The Bugaboo Spires. Mount Loki. The Bugaboo Spires. Beautiful December colors & architecture. “Fire Ball” — A setting sun during fire season. One peak among many. The Seawall and Siwash Rock. A beautiful crisp view of Stanley Park and North Vancouver. The picture says it all. Majestic! Beautiful morning mist. Kootenay Lake, B.C. “Golden Larches in the Alpine” — Monica Meadows Levina. Love that angle and wing reflection! Monica Meadows in October. October larches in Monica Meadows. Large & small boats give perspective. Beautiful snow capped peaks and a lake from the sky! Heading “home” after a hard day’s work. A sunset view near the north end of Duncan Lake during fire season. A view of majestic Cooper Mountain, part of the Selkirk mountain range, in Februrary. A storm was brewing at the north end of Duncan Lake at low water. The mountains were totally obscured and a sand storm was starting. The contrast in colors was beautiful. A unique capture in February as the sun was setting from behind, in addition to using exposure compensation to highlight the trees and darken the background. Macbeth. Fall Flavors Kalamalka Lake. Sunflowers at Kalamalka Lake. Icicles & moss at Fry Canyon. A neat sand formation at Duncan Lake during low water in Spring. It draws the eye right to the person and dog at its point which also help illustrate its scope.