We’re definitely a little under the weather here at The Hollow the last few days. We’re sorry we didn’t get a chance to make a new post yesterday as we usually do. Still not feeling completely 100% but we are definitely going to try to get caught up from our absence and get back into the swing of things here.
Sometimes when you’re not feeling great, the best thing to do is to kick up your flippers and sit a spell on a beautiful beach somewhere. The following 4 new images were captured at an inlet we’ve never visited before. We came across it quite accidentally the other weekend while out on an adventure together.
This outcropping is a privately owned piece of land that is situated directly on the oceanfront. There is a wonderful grove of arbutus trees visible here with their red bark. These trees are extremely rare and if I understand correctly Vancouver Island is one of the few places in the world where they remain and thrive.
The beautiful pool of water had the loveliest ripples in it from a gentle wind, and the hazy reflections of the trees and skyline added a great element of interest to the overall setting.
Another image taken of the arbutus grove with the wonderfully rippled ocean inlet providing a front drop for the scene.
This is definitely my favorite beach shot of the day. The lone bare tree stands strong and confident amongst the grove of trees. The coastline leads your eye through the trees, and out to the ocean where we can take in the beauty of the mountain range in the far distance. Most definitely a serene setting to take in today!!
Thanks for your visit today, and once again we’re sorry we missed you yesterday. Please feel free to leave us comments as we sure do love to hear from our visitors!!