Here are a few photographs depicting the lowlands through which water of the Cowichan River and the Koksilah River runs into Cowichan Bay. The area is protected and filled with coastal birds and small wildlife (of which I did not see much evidence the day I took these photos since wildlife photography takes an approach different from the walking on a tour of discovery in which I engaged myself that day).
So check out the scenery.
The end of this path shows in the top of the next photo as a pile of fill that erodes and diminishes.
Flowers such as Goldenrod and Queen Anne’s Lace are part of the roadside vegetation around here, but they thrive also in these open spaced wetlands.
Looking out from these marshes across the Bay shows that quaint little village Cowichan Bay.
Now the evening approaches and the handheld ought to be replaced by a tripod which means I am going home. However, I found out a long time ago (perhaps this works just for me) that when using slow shutter speeds I do series of three shots like when bracketing and there often is a sharp photograph in there.
May your evening after this little excursion which I hope you enjoyed be sweet.