6 Views From The Beach At Craddock Drive – Pender Island, BC, Canada


blog craddock_0934 aWinter always provides beautiful light late in the day. A mix of dramatic skies reflecting in the water makes for wonderful landscapes.

blog craddock_0949 aThe beach at Craddock Drive is always a favorite. It is never as busy as Brooks Point or Gowlland Point.

blog craddock_0935 a

The two ends of the beach are very different. One end has the large distinctive boulders, while the other end has interesting rock pools at low tide.

blog craddock_0860 aOften we will see large ships loaded with shipping containers sail through this stretch of sea.

blog craddock_0915 aRecently we were treated to seeing porpoises in this area.

blog craddock_0844 aIt is a very beautiful spot.


( I apologize for the recent sporadic blogging, I have been slaving away creating a website out of an existing blog  at www.debra-hunter.com . If you are visiting that blog, check out all the new additions in the top header, there is a lot to see!)


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4 Responses to 6 Views From The Beach At Craddock Drive – Pender Island, BC, Canada

  1. Reilly says:

    Beautiful photos, I love the light in the first few.

    Have you considered posting larger photos? Would be nice if it’s not much work for you to do so.

    • Deb says:

      Thanks for checking out the images. I love the first few too.

      Posting larger pictures is no problem at all. I tend to choose to post the smaller size files for two reasons, the first is that the pages open faster and use less space, the second, unfortunately, is internet theft (which is wide spread). The smaller images, while you can’t see fine detail or transitions, are too small to really do anything with if someone decides to “borrow” them for their own use.

  2. beautiful photos Deb, lovely views, Frances

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