My friend lives near the Malaspina Galleries on Gabriola Island. This wave like rock formation is made by salt water spray that penetrates the rock, expands and shatters off small shards of rock, undercutting the face of what was once, long long ago, a cliff. They haven’t changed dramatically in at least over 250 years. We chuckled later when we realised we were under the snow laden rock when an earthquake rumbled not far off. We thankfully didn’t feel it.
Heading out to the point to walk around and see the galleries:
Past the danger sign:
The roof overhangs about 6-8 feet at least. (Now if there was only some holds to climb on…) It was SO cold with the wind blowing. Can you see it in my face?
Some of the salt water dripped in holes:
Walking home for hot chocolate. Steve pulling the skiing stroller: