Peter Cove South, Playing and Painting

Peter Cove North on a summer day is filled with beautiful scenery both up close and in the distance.

Driftwood dots the shore, inviting you to pull up a log, take a seat, and enjoy the view.

As the tide came in, jellyfish floated at the water’s edge. We have seen jellyfish before in this cove, but these were larger than usual, the size of a dinner plate.

We walked to the end of the cove, the area free from jellyfish, so that our children could wade and splash ( with one very brief, yet cold, attempt at swimming).

As the family played, I snuck in time to paint a very quick, and small, en plein air watercolor.


A successful and enjoyable afternoon.


About Deb

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