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Last light at Boundary Bay, British Columbia, Canada


Last light at Boundary Bay, British Columbia, Canada

Mount Baker (located in Washington State, USA) seen just after sunset from Boundary Bay Regional Park near Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

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About this photo: This weekend has been so gorgeous and it feels like spring has arrived with sunshine and temperatures around +12C/54F! After our daughter’s soccer game yesterday there was still some afternoon/evening left and we decided to drive out to beautiful Boundary Bay Regional Park which is located in the South Delta/Tsawwassen area of Greater Vancouver near the USA border (Washington State). Ava enjoyed playing on the wonderful playground right by the beach and after that we went for a walk around the area to captured some photos of the area. We stayed until the sun went down.

As the sun went down I caught the last light illuminating Mount Baker (loacted in the USA). The sky also turned beautifully pink which really looked so pretty and serene! What a gorgeous evening it was.


~Camera Settings:
*Camera Model: Sony SLT-A57
*Focal Length: 120mm
*F-Number: f/9
*Exposure Time: 1/50 sec.
*ISO Speed: ISO-100
*Exposure Program: Aperture Priority (A)
*Exposure Compensation (E/V): -1 step

Thank you for dropping by and I hope you like this photo!
Ann 🙂

Some information about Boundary Bay Regional Park: It has a beautiful big playground for kids right at the beach, there is a big beach, the Centennial Cafe, walking trails and more. The views from here are amazing with the mountains and the ocean. You can see Mount Baker (located in the USA) from here as well.

Boundary Bay Regional Park is stretched along Delta’s southwestern shores and is a haven of warm shallow waters. The huge stretch of sand, sea and wetlands provide for a number of water activities from para sailing, skim boarding and swimming at Centennial Beach to an array of wading birds such as sandpipers, gulls and blue herons. At low tide, the beach curves around to Point Roberts (Washington State, USA).

There are picnic tables as well and a lot of the trails are accessible for bike riding or horseback riding as well. The dykes are great places to view eagles, hawks and owls year round. The last couple of winters the Snowy Owl has been frequenting the area. Hopefully they will return this year, I’d love to go and see if I can capture some photos of this beautiful owl.

Posted by Ann Badjura Photography on 2015-02-16 22:39:00

Tagged: , Boundary Bay , Boundary Bay Regional Park , Tsawwassen , Delta , South Delta , Sony SLT-a57 , Vancouver , British Columbia , Canada , Mount Baker , Sunset , birds , Miss604 , Inside Vancouver , VanCity Buzz , Vancity , ocean , USA , Washington State , scenery , landscape , view , nature , Pacific Northwest , Pacific NW , reflections , glow

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