Beautiful, Beautiful British Columbia

Hello Friends!
I wanted to drop back by and share my British Columbia photos with you.
Tim and I have been on the road again traveling across Northern Canada.
Although it is not the greatest time for beautiful pictures with all of the Fall leaves already on the ground and the dreary weather, it seems there is always something photo worthy here in Beautiful, Beautiful British Columbia!
Here is a photo that was taken just before entering Muncho Lake Park, British Columbia.
As you can see, there were still a few leaves on the trees here.
Even on a cloudy day the waters flowing through the mountain drive is still an amzing aqua colour.
I don’t remember ever passing through Northern BC without encountering herds of Caribou.
This is just a small group, there were many more later on down the road.
And isn’t this fellow gorgeous?
He is acting like I can’t see him behind that scrawny tree.
Silly Wood Buffalo!
I noticed that he has quite a huge hump on his back.
This made me wonder if it wasn’t some indication of prestige among the herd….
After trying to research why, I only came up with this Chippewa First Nations Legend.
If you are interested in viewing more Buffalo photos from our April trip through Northern British Columbia you may visit here.
I will be back in a couple of days to share a few  new shots from the Yukon.
I hope to see you then!
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27 thoughts on “Beautiful, Beautiful British Columbia

  1. Kimberly, lovely photos of your trip to the Yukon, and the legend, I can see that as an illustrated story, for adults too, delightful. Do foxes really live in holes in the ground in the North? Maybe the warmest place in winter. He is a truly magnificent fellow, Keep war,. Cheers.Jean

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