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Strathcona Park Mountains by George Cousins

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Strathcona Provincial Park, the oldest provincial park in British Columbia, is a rugged wilderness of over 250,000 hectares. It’s located in central Vancouver Island, and stretches almost from one coast to the other. It’s a paradise for campers,hikers and those with the time and ability to explore it’s vast area. It was created in 1911 and is still almost totally an untouched wilderness, encompassing mountains with eternal snow, many lakes, a waterfall many times higher than Niagara and forests that were already old when Captain James Cook first landed at Nootka Sound in 1778.
This view was taken from Mount Washington, one of the very few areas that are accessible by road, and which has been developed as a primary ski area for the island.
Camera used was a Fuji S100FS,400mm telephoto, May 17, 2009


  • Irene  Burdell
    Irene Burdellover 5 years ago

    Beautiful scene George . x

  • Thanks Irene. I’ve been on this island for 20 years and that was the first time I managed to get near the park. Better late than!!

    – George Cousins

  • Brendan Schoon
    Brendan Schoonover 5 years ago

    Great shot, wonderful DOF!! Nicely done.

  • Many thanks Brendan, and much appreciated!

    – George Cousins

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