One of seven in Fall Reflections series, and photographer's personal favourite. Late November in the beautiful Okanagan, as seen from downtown Kelowna, looking towards the Westside from the yacht club. Photo courtesy of Sammie Hoffman.
In Flanders Fields. In the spring of 1915, shortly after losing a friend in Ypres, a Canadian doctor, Lieutenant Colonel John McCrae was inspired by the sight of poppies growing in battle-scarred fields to write the now famous poem called In Flanders Fields. Poppies above as seen in the fields at the High Farm, above Shorts Creek, September 2020. Photo courtesy of Sue Cseh-Galbraith.
Backyard Habitats 1st Place winner in the BCSPCA annual Wildlife in Focus photography contest. Cuteness overload, a pine chipmunk having breakfast. Photo courtesy of Thomas Haslinger (Coldstream). This popular annual fundraiser for the BCSPCA goes towards food and medical care of wildlife in need at the Wild ARC, which cares for more than 3,000 injured and orphaned wild animals a year.
Picture perfect at Evely Rec Beach. Did you know that this beautiful spot was named in honour of the late Glen Evely to pay tribute to his commitment to public service. The site was chosen for its natural beauty and proximity to Vernon. Evely, a 12-year employee of the Forest Service, was killed in a car crash near Vernon in 2004. He was serving as a volunteer RCMP officer when a stolen vehicle hit the cruiser he was travelling in. Photo courtesy of Sue Cseh-Galbraith. August 24, 2020.
A beautiful Tree Swallow takes a break after trying to get this feather back to her nest. She was successful after a time. Photo featured in BCSPCA Wildlife-In-Focus, and is also one of 52 photos featured in an exclusive deck of playing cards available online or at your local shelter.
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