Reflecting Upon a Restaurant

I went for a brief walk around the Cooper’s Cove area in the Sooke Basin and had a chance to take a few photos of the Stickleback West Coast Eatery, which, by  the way, is a great place to grab a meal after a day of kayaking.  This is a favourite area of mine, because it is close to the Galloping Goose regional trail, where I take a lot of photos, and provides great access to a sheltered cove.  I have seen many excellent photos taken from kayaks, but as of yet, I have limited myself to using an iPhone in a waterproof case when I am on the water.  The idea of taking my DSLR in a little kayak makes me rather nervous, to say the least, but it is really something I want to do.  Perhaps, in the future, I will venture out on a calm day and ease into it.  For now, I leave you with an HDR image of the Stickleback.

a seaside restaurant reflecting on calm waters in HDR

The Stickleback West Coast Grill

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