There's a soundtrack to this, for sure. But yours might differ from mine. So I'll let you spin it up. Thanks Gary for reminding us of the magic of sunny days, winding roads, and mountain vistas.
Nice to see local talent recognised. Gary Martin's shot was broadcast to an audience of 360,000, when @hellobc shared it last week. https://www.instagram.com/p/Bd5kj8jAKAL/?taken-by=hellobc
There are two things I hope you get out of this photo, from Gary Martin, reposted from his instagram account. The first, as is always our intention when we share the work of local photographers: an injection of appreciation, into your day, of this place we live. Second, the reminder, to never put anybody in … Continue reading Gary Martin pays respect to Ts’zil, our mountain
“Whatever you want to do, do it today. There’s only so many tomorrows.”
It may be snowing in the alpine but spring has sprung in the valley. Enter the multi-sport days combining white and brown pow. And sunshine! It feels as if it's been a while.
The clock might have sprung forward, but the weather is still stuck in deep winter- jests Gary Martin, as he captures a frosty morning on Pemberton Meadows Road on Saturday.
Some pictures are poems. So I'll just let this speak for itself. Thanks to Gary Martin for sharing.
Given the constant rumble of landslides coming from Mount Currie it felt suitable to share a shot of the monster that seems to be awakening.
I took a trip to Penticton the other weekend, and as you head north and east of here, you notice sky, a lot more sky. It's beautiful. But I wouldn't trade these sky-stealing mountains for anything. Thanks for the reminder, Gary, that we live among giants.