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Sunset at Ten Mile Lake

Life is just plain different here compared to where I come from … Like how people are not shy to make full use of the long summer hours; how hunting and fishing is second nature to the locals – and how they hunt and fish not only for fun, but to eat. Yesterday evening, after our prayer meeting at church, four of us drove out north along Highway 97 to Ten Mile Lake to go fishing. I’ll blog about the fishing side of the trip soon, but for now here are some photos taken between 9.30 and 10pm, as the sun was setting and we were getting ready to pack up and head home.

A hint of a rainbow on the eastern shore.
A hint of a rainbow on the eastern shore.
Sunset fishing
Sunset fishing
Lone fisherman
Lone fisherman left.
Girl crossing log
Girl crossing log
Jetty on the eastern shore
Jetty on the eastern shore
Golden solitude
Golden solitude
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