Yesterday I shared a beautiful view from Thieves’ Bay on Pender Island (BC, Canada). I thought I would continue with the theme and share a few more images.
It was bitterly cold when these images were taken but you would never know as the images are full of blue water and golden light.
I have never known a place to have such consistently amazing sunsets as Pender has. If it is a clear day you can count on a multi-coloured show as the sun sinks over the sea.
Fences of split cedar, like the one perched at the cliff’s edge, are seen all over the island making for a very picturesque landscape.
It was well worth facing the whipping wind to watch the sun set at the end of the day.
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