Black Tusk decked out in white, as seen from Brandywine Meadows on this day in 2013. Probably looks very similar today after yesterday’s snow. 🌨
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Black Tusk decked out in white, as seen from Brandywine Meadows on this day in 2013. Probably looks very similar today after yesterday's snow. 🌨 #flashbackfriday #blacktusk #brandywinemeadows #hiking #snowshoeing #bchiking #hikebc #explorebc #beautifulbc #beautifulbritishcolumbia #ifttt
Black Tusk is an obvious landmark up and down the Sea to Sky corridor, and we’ve taken many a photo of it. I always like seeing a familiar peak from different angles, and this is one of my favourite aspects on Black Tusk, especially late on a sunny afternoon in early winter where the low angle of the Sun highlights the texture in the landscape. This view is almost exactly opposite the view I posted a few weeks ago, though is much further away so I had to resort to the 55-200 mm lens to get in close. Ah those were the days when that lens would still focus on things at infinity…
And so, right on cue, winter begins again – yesterday we even had some snow in Vancouver, though it didn’t settle.