I wandered down to the beach last evening with my camera, enjoying the mild spring air and a pastel sunset. The only sounds were the crunch of my feet on the stones, the hiss of the incoming tide, and the splash and huff of a lone seal surfacing as it swam along the shore. There were no other people — I was surprised I didn’t see anyone else out for a walk. They’ll never know what they missed.
This weekly challenge has really highlighted for me how much of a morning photographer I am. The vast majority of my photographs are taken early in the day, but here is a rare dinner-hour shot taken from Pender Island overlooking the channel towards Salt Spring Island and Vancouver Island.