I skip a post about a few species of fish of Vancouver Island for now, as I want to show you some very beautiful worms (yes worms!). But while writing and selecting photo's I realized I haven't shown and described the landscape. And there is one man made structure I need to show you before the post about worms, because this structure creates the environment in which these animals thrive. It is also a justification to show some more 'seascapes'.
I took the first photo's of this post on the ferry from Tsawwassen (mainland) to Schwartz Bay (near Victoria, Vancouver Island). The weather forecast said sunny. It wasn't sunny at all, but I enjoyed the misty and grey weather. To see tiny islands popping up in the mist, like Atlantis the other way round.
You can see how narrow the Johnstone Strait is and it doesn't take a lot of imagination to understand how fierce the tidal current can be.
first nations reserve...