Each time I visit East Point on Saturna Island, I park my tripod near the Fog Alarm Building in the evening. The north-western sky never fails to disappoint. Each time the view is different in some way. And each time, from the series of images captured, it’s the late sky (well after sunset) that produces fine colours, layers of islands and mesmerizing reflections on the water.
For me, this image defines what we call the Southern Gulf Islands.