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John Barclay / 1,581 items

N 4 B 90 C 3 E Apr 16, 2021 F Apr 16, 2021
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Warm spring weather and a clear sky here in British Columbia
Nikon Z7 and a 400 mm telephoto on a tripod on our back deck

Press L to enlarge for crater details

Tags:   moon waxing crescent night sky astronomy astrophotography Nikon Z7 telephoto craters lunar tripod 400 mm

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Gold Creek 1/6 second slightly long exposure
The glacier water is cold, clear and emerald green.
Golden Ear Provincial Park
Maple Ridge BC Canada

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A west coast rain forest
Golden Ears Provincial Park
Maple Ridge
British Columbia
Canada

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A 10 second long exposure using a neutral density filter at creekside. The water level is high at this time of year from the glacier runoff. The emerald green colour of the cold water is amazing.

Golden Ears Provincial Park
Maple Ridge
British Columbia

Tags:   creek river water glacier Gold Creek BC Golden Ears Park tripod long exposure rock smooth mountains snow Nikon Z7 Neutral density filter hike park outdoors energy current flow Canadá

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Golden Ears Provincial Park
Maple Ridge
British Columbia

Golden Ears Provincial Park is a Provincial park in British Columbia, Canada and is 555.9 square kilometres (214.6 sq mi). It is named after the prominent twin peaks which are commonly referred to as Golden Ears (Mount Blanshard) (elevation: 1,716 metres (5,630 ft)). The park's southern end is located on the northern edge of the district municipality of Maple Ridge on the north side of the Fraser River.

There is 45 minute easy hike through the forest to see this waterfall. The cold clear glacier water has a beautiful emerald green look to it.

In Explore April 9/21

Tags:   falls Gold Creek Falls Alouette Lake glacier mountain BC Maple Ridge waterfall Gold Creek Nikon Z7 emerald green rocks creek river forest outdoors hike trail wilderness wild water cascades


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