Wednesday, January 10, 2007

Indian Island

These shots are from back in October. Most of Indian Island is off limits, thanks to the US Navy, but the southern shoreline on Oak Bay includes some of the nicest spits and lagoons in this little corner of the world. The exposed peat ledges are the remnant of the once much larger salt marsh that existed before the canal was constructed early in the century and the spit began its rapid retreat.

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