Driving through south-central British Columbia in early September, 2005. The landscape is almost desert, very arid, with sagebrush and cacti. The soil is rich and with irrigation, produces excellent specialized crops. On a fine day like this, the air is crystal clear, yet there are patches of fog in the distant valleys. With the farming, ranching and untouched desert landscapes, the drive is ever-changing. This photo was taken about half-way between Kamloops and Cache Creek.Sony DSCF828 camera.