Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Kamloops Hillside

Cue up the cowboy music!



10 comments:

Hels said...

The only time I have ever visited Kamloops was when the Rocky Mountaineer train stopped there for 12 hours.

You presented a rugged image!Although it was early evening by the time we arrived, I don't remember such a bleak landscape.

The train trip was hugely successful, by the way.

Ciss B said...

That picture certainly does give the feel of that wild west era! I love the way it looks like a painting, too! You're getting good!

ChrisJ said...

Hels,

Some of the terrain is very bleak, but the city itself is pretty. this photo was taken to the north east.

ChrisJ said...

Christi,

Thank you; it was a fun photo to play with.

Owen Gray said...

There is no place on earth like B.C.

ChrisJ said...

Owen,

True enough - and mostly that's a good thing:)

Pearl said...

rolling hills please something in the ancient human brain. wonder if all mammals feel the pull.

ChrisJ said...

Pearl,

Interesting - could be so.

Judie said...

Chris, is this considered "high desert?" I love the way you played with the photo!

ChrisJ said...

Hi Judie,

Good question. I've never heard that area referred to that way. It's in the hills around Kamloops in south central BC - hills above Thompson River valley.

Hope you are feeling better!