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.
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!
Hels,Some of the terrain is very bleak, but the city itself is pretty. this photo was taken to the north east.
Christi,Thank you; it was a fun photo to play with.
There is no place on earth like B.C.
Owen,True enough - and mostly that's a good thing:)
rolling hills please something in the ancient human brain. wonder if all mammals feel the pull.
Pearl,Interesting - could be so.
Chris, is this considered "high desert?" I love the way you played with the photo!
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!
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