British Columbia has many a little island up and down the coast and in and out of waterways. They all look like perfect islands with just the right amount of trees growing, with the right amount of moss beguiling, lichen draping and rock formations providing the foundation for the display. They make you want to visit each one, which would be pointless, because from that island, you would just spot another island further on, and then you would want to visit that one and so it would go. I think people like islands so much because you can get your head around the beauty of nature. When you see huge forests and expanses of ocean, it's really hard to grasp the beauty of something so large, but when you see an island, subconsciously you get it.