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WOW!Faster, the first and specially the last are incredible!

The last one is not only the place, the photo is just perfect!

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I just liked the contrast in the colours in this shot
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Looking up Phillips Arm from Shoal Bay, BC


Steve's (Seeyalatermoonglow) Truant in Toba Inlet, BC


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Favorite anchorage in Desolation Sound, BC
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jrd22, very nice photos. I like particularly the first one.



On a Croatian Island, 2010.
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Some shots at Blind Channel





Rainbow over Cutter Cove



Sun on Vancouver Island from Cordero Channel



Pacific Swift in Calm Channel



These were all from one trip from Comox to Port Hardy
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Jack, that second shot looks like a Tony Onley painting.. neat shot.

Apologies to the regulars around here, most of these pics have been posted before, but for the newer members that may have missed them:

Bequia, Port Elizabeth



Early morning Spinnaker run, Juan de Fuca Strait



Skookumchuck Narrows, Sunshine Coast (Sechelt Rapids).. This is all TIDE, folks!!



Iles Des Saintes, Guadaloupe



A perfect moment? A perfect catch anyhow... our daughter-in-law with her 40lb Mahi Mahi caught on a handline at 9 knots off Union Island, SVG.

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Jack, that second shot looks like a Tony Onley painting.. neat shot.
That is a compliment - I have always liked Onley's stuff.
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..as it was meant!

Great shots everybody.. tdw that looked like a dramatic sunset.. PCP - you've obviously chartered around Europe... hopefully some of our pics will tempt you to try parts of the PNW!!

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Chatterbox Fall - Princess Louisa Inlet. Rain the night before produced many cascades / waterfalls

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