Monday, June 6, 2011

New Masthead for Fraser Cheam

The new masthead at the top of the Blog shows British Columbia's Fraser River winding its way through the Fraser Valley between Chilliwack and the District of Kent (Agassiz).  The Fraser River is British Columbia's most important river some 1,375 miles (2,213 km) n length it drains two mountain ranges and an area of 85,000 square miles of land.  In the picture above the height of the River is near its crest, swollen with the annual late spring freshet.  Along the river edges, recently bare trees have been transformed into blankets of green; from the folds a chorus of bird song is heard.  In the distance, Mount Cheam (She-am) looms regally over the River.

A loud honking along the Fraser River alerted me to a large flock of Canadian Geese flying eastward you can see them on the left shoulder of Mount Cheam.  Perhaps, they were heading towards the Cheam wetlands for the night.

Turning around I also noticed that light was streaming off of Mount Agassiz to a Red Barn on the Valley Floor. The tranquil nature of the photograph with the huge tree shadows appeals to me.  I hope that you like it.

Agassiz Farmland © Stephen Mullock

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