This photo was actually taken by my dad. He was a pipefitter and sometimes his work took him all over western Canada. In 1967 he was in the Yukon. He came home with a camera full of exposed slide film. Last year, two years after he passed away, I found some of these slides and digitized them. This one I particularly love.
I shot this picture at the ferry terminal in Nanaimo on Vancouver Island. On the right is the edge of Newcastle Island and on the left is the northeast point of Departure Bay. Directly across is the Sunshine Coast, including Tetrahedron Peak which stands at 1739 metres or 5705 feet. It is part of the Coastal Mountain Range on the west coast of British Columbia.