Owl Creek, British Columbia
Nearing the end of our day driving through British Columbia with no particular route or agenda in mind, we came upon a Bed and Breakfast that was the only place around for miles. Happily they had vacancies and we settled in for the evening. The next morning we had a discussion over breakfast with a couple from Great Britain. We were relating our predilection for peripatetic photographic pass times to the enjoyment of our dining companions. Our breakfast companion looked at us and said that our annual photo safaris were “going off for a bit of a wander” in order to make our photographs. That phrase stuck with me because it pretty much described our methodology of photography until we discovered that destination location photography was much more productive.
Later that morning we left the Bed and Breakfast. We wandered past a small town and spied a dirt road that followed a creek. We continued our wander and a few miles up the road we found this nice spot to photograph.