Yesterday Marije and I went for a walk at Biggs Park, located near the Duke Point ferry to Vancouver. It was very warm and sunny, just the kind of weather we’ve become used to on Vancouver Island. Here are some shots of the walk:
Marije was fascinated by the intricate forms and shapes on the cliffs below the trail:
These holes are formed by salt crystals growing inside the sandstone, it’s called ‘honeycomb weathering’.
As you can see it’s a good looking park with lots of scenery, I’m glad we decided to go there!