Driving up the Nicola Valley between Merritt and Kamloops, BC, Canada, you can look across at the opposite side and see the grooves and channels created by the years of erosion. They are enrobed in a mixture of grass and trees. The ground cover is now turning green with the spring rains. in the heat of the summer the grasses will turn a golden yellow brown as they dry out, but the wrinkles and lines created by seasonal streams and rivulets will still be visible.
In the best light…
Nice John, I enjoy the stories you tell with the images.
June 13, 2012 at 08:17