Wednesday, 25 April 2012

Comox Valley Take Two

I felt compelled to share a few more photos of Comox Valley, given that the photo in a previous post, of the cookie cutter houses and mountains, was an eyesore for some.  Personally, I love any photo with mountains, though I admit I am biased...and maybe I've been wearing rose coloured glasses since arriving in BC.  All I know is I need to live close to mountains and water.  Non-negotiable. 

These photos were taken at Comox Bluffs.  A short ride from my house, I meandered there last week and found myself in a forest which led to this beautiful opening complete with lake, fire pit, and view that took my breath away.  I sat there for a good long while and I felt immense gratitude.









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