William Walker Ocean Access – Pender Island, BC

view from William Walker ocean accessIn my previous posts I shared an eel and some sea cucumbers that we encountered at William Walker ocean access. Today I thought I would share some images of the beach and the views. William Walker ocean access is on South Pender Island. It is a quiet beach of cobblestone sized rocks. The rocks are a bit of a challenge for children to walk across being quite uneven and slippery, but it is the treasures of crabs and eels that they find lurking beneath the rocks that they love. The beach also provides views of islands in the distance, and on this particular day some very fluffy clouds. This is a very natural beach, rugged with rocks, scattered with kelp, and a home for sea creatures. This is a beach with lots to explore.

view from William Walker ocean access

view from William Walker ocean access

view from William Walker ocean access

barnacles

crab

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About Deb

Photographer, artist and artisan splitting time between Alberta and British Columbia, Canada. Check out my new project at www.handmade-canada.com , a site for Canadian handmades and art.
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