I can’t remember the last time I made an image, processed it, and published it on the same day. I’m lucky if I process my images in the same year sometimes!
But today seems like a good day to break with tradition, jump ahead, and share what’s happening now.
We just arrived at our favourite campsite in Campbell River, British Columbia, where we’ll spend the next four months. I love it here because we have a view of the estuary out our back window, across the street is the ocean, and down the street is the marina where my little boat will soon be moored. There’s always something to watch whether its the abundant wildlife or the comings and goings of fishermen and cruise ships.
One of the things I like most about Campbell River is eagle watching and today, to welcome us home, there were three bald eagles on the beach (as well as some turkey vultures and seagulls).
After last year’s eagle extravaganza, I’ve been looking forward to photographing them again, and hoping they would be on the beach, but I didn’t expect it to happen the very first day. Now I’m even more excited to welcome summer in BC!