Sunday, June 13, 2010

Scenic Sunday #100 ~ Rainbows and garbage!

Looking east over Hecate Strait at Lawn Hill Beach
Saturday was a pretty chaotic day for weather on Haida Gwaii, by early evening though we were treated to blue skies and this beautiful rainbow.
The garbage collection on the beach this morning was light as we had high tides and winds gusting up to 90 kph(55 mph) last night which blows debris past the high tide line and into the dunes which are full of nesting pluvers at the moment.
(For those of you stopping by for the first time check previous posts for the daily beach garbage collection.)
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8 comments:

Linda said...

Hi Carolyn, catching up on other blogs, and entranced by your shore collection of posts. Not so entranced by the garbage - and such variety of it too.

J Bar said...

So beautiful with the rainbow.

Gaelyn said...

The rainbow is stunning. The garbage is Not.

Lara Neusiedler said...

i have the feeling blogger is playing some tricks on me, but nevertheless, I wanted to say wow for the rainbow, and bleah for the garbage. I don't know why humans produce so much garbage :(

Indrani said...

What a contrast!
Nature gifts us her most beautiful creation and Humans return this.

Clytie said...

The rainbow and driftwood shot is stunning - the garbage not so stunning.

Ann said...

Are you cleaning up the beach? I am amazed by the timber that is on the beach.

Rosadimaggio63 said...

Hi Carolyn
foto meravigliosa con l'arcobaleno sull'acqua... un pò meno i rifiuti che poi si trovano !!!
Buona giornata :-)

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