Westham Island ~ Pt. 2

On Monday when we set out for Westham Island  about 45 minutes south of my home (near Ladner), it was quite overcast.
I thought for sure it would rain.
Instead it was quite warm and the sun came out though my photos only seemed to capture the clouds.
Rain didn't fall until several days later.

I enjoyed all the marshy, swampy areas.

I couldn't quite tell but it looks like a big eagle's nest on the tree. 
There were in fact a few eagles flying overhead but too far away to get good photos.

I'm not sure what kind of tree this branch belong to but it sure looks like a tree that grows in a swamp!

I'm joining in with Skywatch Friday.
Please come by and visit again soon and let me know you stopped by!


  1. Beautiful place ! I love when the weatherman is wrong and announces rain and then we get sunshine !

  2. Hello, lovely scene and cool sighting of the eagle's nest! Happy Friday, enjoy your weekend!

  3. Westham Island looks like an interesting place to explore. That is a very unusual looking tree in the last photo.

  4. This looks like a wonderful spot to visit. Your photos are terrific!

    Happy weekend!

  5. Hi Penny, Another neat post. I need to pay more attention to the Ladner - Westham Island area as it looks so intereting. Thanks for sharing your photos. Have a fine weekend ahead!

  6. The first photo is my favorite!

  7. Thank you so much for brightening up my morning with your gorgeous photos!

  8. looks like a fabulous place for walking and exploring. Happy travels and thankyou so much for stopping by my blog last week.

  9. Wow what beauty God has made all around you! I would love to visit there one day. I've never been to Canada.


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