We drove up from Courtenay in the driving rain, watching a roiling sea all the way, yesterday morning. It was amazing, how the wind was pushing the truck around the highway. Our reason for braving the elements? Delivering the 56 large prints that make up the exhibition at the Campbell River Museum.
I've been looking at these pics a lot lately – maybe a little too much: I get weary of them and lose any appreciation for the story they tell. But, unpacking the boxes so carefully put together by Justin at Little City Signs (they printed and mounted the photographs), I got excited again. Here's one of my faves, from a shoot on Broughton Island in 2008 with BenWest Logging.
25 January 2012