Friday, August 01, 2014

178/365 Captured Moments - Sturgeon Banks, Richmond, BC

The shape of the piece of standing wood in the foreground reminds me of a large piece of pottery, I find the textures and curves appealing.
"Sturgeon Banks is a 21,525 acre estuary located on the banks of the Fraser River and Strait of Georgia. It is an important part of the Pacific Flyway, with 1.4 million birds migrating through the area annually and provides excellent habitat for nesting birds. The long expanse of marsh that makes up Sturgeon Banks runs from Terra Nova in the north to Garry Point Park in the south, it is adjacent to the West Dyke Trail and extends west out into the Strait of Georgia. City of Richmond Parks "

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