Painters's Lodge Pier at Night
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Painters's Lodge Pier at Night

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Nestled on the pristine shores of Vancouver Island, Painter’s Lodge offers world-class BC salmon fishing, thrilling wildlife and nature tours, breathtaking scenery and all the amenities you’d expect from a traditional resort. Except Painter’s Lodge is far from your everyday resort.

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A: Residue Study

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CA-Ca1 Campbell River Fluxnet Plot residue survey after clear cutting See: Fluxnet Site for more deta...

Residue Study

B: Gold River Highway

摄影师 - Bryan Groulx, 距离此全景36.0

A quiet spot in central Vancouver Island.    So quiet, in fact, the roads here see little traffic for...

Gold River Highway

C: Old Growth/New Growth

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A future giant grows out of a nurse stump in Cathedral Grove 

Old Growth/New Growth

D: Among Giants

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Cathedral Grove, Vancouver Island

Among Giants

E: The Big Tree - Cathedral Grove - Vancouver Island

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The largest tree in the grove is the giant Douglas-fir. It is over 800 hundred years old, 76m tall an...

The Big Tree -  Cathedral Grove - Vancouver Island

F: The Big Tree (Cathedral Grove)

摄影师Fuad Khan, 距离此全景95.5

This 800 year-old Douglas Fir towers 76m over the other giants in this forest on Vancouver Island.  T...

The Big Tree (Cathedral Grove)

G: Footbridge

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The view from the footbridge, Cathedral Grove


H: Lookout

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Old growth rainforest, from the lookout in Cathedral Grove


I: Cathedral groove, Vancouver Island

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The big trees of Cathedral Grove in British Columbia, Canada are given the spotlight in these represe...

Cathedral groove, Vancouver Island

J: French Creek Harbour

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French Creek Harbour



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