This past couple of weeks I have been exploring Vancouver Island. The first week photographer Thomas Dawson and I checked out a few "secret spots" that turned out to have some wonderful photographic potential. The canyon depicted in this image is one of many Karst formations dotted about the island, usually found in the form of caves. The pitted rock patterns to the right are the result of fast moving water wearing away at the rock for thousands of years.
Adam Gibbs's photo.
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