Storm clouds over Lion Bay, Sea to Sky Highway, Vancouver, Canada
Minolta A2, 28-200mm built-in lens, ISO 64, f/6, 1/60 sec., Hand-held, P Mode
This photo can be said was taken at the right place at the right time, as I was driving along the Sea to Sky Highway 1 just north of Vancouver,, running into a storm, and then the sun broke out just as I reached to a vista point and rest area along the highway. I stopped my car and took out my camera in a hurry and ran towards the edge of the rest area next to the ocean cliff. The clouds, and sunlight, and the ocean reflection, all contributes to a pretty stunning view.
Unfortunately, the very same visa point spot where this photo was taken, is no longer there today, being bulldozed off and removed during the highway expansion construction two years ago when Vancouver repaired the highway for the Winter Olympics in Whistler. So today, even if the same weather reappear there, no one is able to standing there taking photos at this very same spot. So I'll use my photo here as my remembrance to this once a wonderful photographic location for viewing spectacular nature scenery. Sea to Sky Highway 1 is simply one of the most beautiful and scenic highways in the world!