Photographer's Note

On a sunny afternoon in early spring: Mount Cheam overtowers the Agassiz-Rosedale Bridge, connecting two small communities divided by the mighty Fraser River. The Fraser River runs from the Canadian Rockies near Mount Robson all the way down to Vancouver (BC) and spills it's muddy waters into the Pacific Ocean. The Fraser serves as waterway to move log-booms downstream to the saw mills in the Fraser Valley and provides the natives with fish for food and revenue.
This is my first photo ever on trekearth and I hope you enjoy this view.

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