I couldn't resist the red-red of this bit of sea weed against the salt-and-pepper effect of the black rock and white shell beach.
I love crows, but find it tough to get a good photo of a black bird. This one captured its ruffled head feathers and bright eye nicely.
A skunk cabbage plant is reflected in a temporary pool along the shore of Mackenzie Beach.
Is it just the force of the wave action or are all the intact sand dollars scooped up by beach combers to sell in the tourist shops?
Herring? Eulachon? eggs - between the flies, the crows and the dogs, they won't last long!
An old western red cedar is covered with moss and ferns in the Rainforest Walk at Long Beach, Vancouver Island (Pacific Rim National Park).