Just a short 20 minute ferry ride from Nanaimo, is the wonderful Gabriola Island, but I’d never really explored it before. I recently spent the day exploring it with my camera and had a great time.
The rock formations there are simply amazing. The many patterns left on the rocks create such such unique foregrounds for photos that I didn’t want to put my camera down, but it’s nice just to spend some time wandering about, enjoying it all.
In places the shoreline has been sculpted by the ocean to create what looks like a covered walkway, or a stone covered pathway along the water.
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