Canadian Geographic Photo Club - Fraser River, BC

Fraser River, BC

by Sticks from Chilanko Forks CA on 27 Jun 2017

Finding another route home, due to the regular road being washed out, - we found another bridge to cross! It was so beautiful and solitary that Job and I cooled off and listened to the rocks fall from the cliffs and into the river.

  • Camera: COOLPIX AW120
  • Focal: 4.3 mm
  • Shutter speed: 0.001 sec
  • Aperture: f/ 4.1
tagged: fraser river canada


Sheri Rypstra posted 2017-07-08 4:00pm

Cool POV!! I love the landscape around there.

Sticks posted 2017-06-29 11:03pm

Good to hear from you :) All of us here at the household hope yer trip was still fun - even if yer photography ambitions did not turn out the way you had hoped for. Too cool that you keep going back there though :) If ya find something ya like - go with it ha ha! Glad your coin does not cost too much, as after I finish working over the next month - my wife says I can buy one ha ha - yeah!!! Happy wife = Happy life ha ha ha :)

Jenny_Stevens posted 2017-06-29 11:53am

Hi Sticks: Job has a great life ! Love the Fraser River Canyon area. You can phone the Mint at 1-800-267-18711 and ask for the grizzly bear coin from the 13 coin set representing Canada's 150th. I believe it is $45. plus shipping. The trip I just got back from was a bust. Too much movement in the inflatable.... all photos a touch blurry as todays post is. Love your comments.

Sticks posted 2017-06-29 10:17am

Thanks Mellon :) It was a pretty amazing spot to be - Churn Creek Protected Area. We went down here after crossing the one way suspension bridge. The landscape was so vast in that area it was amazing. We listened to boulders fall into the Fraser, and we thought about all of the explorers who must have landed their canoes here for a rest. The wind blows fairly strong through there, so the mosquitoes are a non issue :)

hmellon posted 2017-06-28 7:24pm

A great shot of Job enjoying the water in front of a beautiful background!


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