Tuesday, January 9, 2007

Wind, oh Mighty Pacific Wind

The raw power of nature...
Another wind storm heading our way... and may bring flurries!

Canada's wild West Coast in winter... known as the “Graveyard of the Pacific”


Pacific Rim National Park... a dramatic 30-mile swath of sandy beach, chiseled rock outcroppings, and wind-sculpted trees mark the entire shoreline. The rough winter weather brings storm-watchers from all over the world to the picturesque fishing villages of Ucluelet and Tofino.

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CeLee said...

wow ... what fantastic pictures! our weather patterns have been so strange lately - global warming. everyone needs to do their effort and save the planet!

Kai said...

Love the new look! (I had much trouble loading the other one, but seems all is good now)

We're getting snowed on like crazy out here - I'd trade it in a heartbeat to be back on the ocean, I miss everything about it - even the storms!

** Terramia ** said...

Oh, the storms are getting worse and worse it seems. Such destruction everywhere you look... it is heart-wrenching really. Where are you located? Cause I would trade ya to experience some white stuff... I just love it! (:

** Terramia ** said...

I agree Celee... freaky, eh! It is happeninnnggggg!

lorenzstudio said...

I loved visiting Ucluelet and Tofino - during the summer, mind you!