White Rock, British Columbia is as close to California as the Lower Mainland gets, geographically and atmospherically. There is one thing that it has that California doesn't, however--the white rock, the glacial erratic that gave the city its name. I took this shot from the pier at West Beach, and really... that's one hell of a white rock, no question.
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