Hi Annie and tmtibimate. This is the largest sockeye salmon run in 100 years. It's pretty exciting to see.
OH!!!! I MUST GET OUT THERE!
Are they still running?
Well worth the trip Nawitka, they'll be running right through October.
wow, what a spectacle Laurel!
Perfect composition with the light on the rock on the right, the multitudes of fish swimming upstream , and the jumping salmon on the left! Like! What a spectacle & how lucky you are to see it!
Nice catch, Laurel! ;)
Thank you Pierre, it's pretty neat to see Fai, we're so lucky this place is so close. I hear there are reporters and photographers from all over the world there right now, this is quite the salmon run this year. Hi jf, yes, we're pretty fortunate to see this. Hi Kyle, thanks, :).
Wow! This is the fishing paradise here! A superb capture with very nice colors. Laurel it's an interesting theme!
A BIG LIKE! :)
My best greetings, MonPiche
wow, they are wild salmon ? wonderful
Wonderful capture! It is great to see this run of sockeye. Like. Best regards, Larry.
This is great Laurel, I know that one that's finning, he swam by me at Tow Hill a couple months ago. And he jumped in front of Nawitka not long after that.
Laurel, you are so lucky to have a nice picture like this! What a fine capture! "Like"
Best wishes from Port Moody, Gabe
Great shot Laurel
Very nice to see, I bet the bears are around waiting ? Cheers Marion L
Hello dear Laurel211. Excellent picture, very nice shot, color, light and movement of water creates a beautiful picture. I like it. Best regards, QuyTD.
Thanks so much MonPiche, you are always so encouraging. Greetings **Karin, yes, these are wild salmon, it's quite a spectacle. Hi Larry, it's amazing isn't it. Hello Guy, this salmon is really getting around. Unfortunately, he's about at the end of his journey. Greetings Gabe, thank you. Hi Marion, yes bears and eagles.
Thank you QuyTD.
Wonderful capture of those Kokanees spawning, Laurel211! Very strong composition and handling of the colors. LIKE and to the favourites. Regards,
Greetings Matim46, thank you.
Nice capture. I never know when it is happening.
I have to visit soon Humber River, I know the salmon goes upstream there.
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Photo taken in Roderick Haig-Brown Provincial Park, Columbia-Shuswap F, BC, Canada
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