The encroaching forest
As I mentioned the other day, I recently went to British Columbia to meet up with my friend Ehpem. He was an excellent host, showing me non-tourist parts of Victoria, and arranging a trip up the west coast of the island, where’d he planned a stop at this little ocean-front community because he knew I’d like to see (and photograph, endlessly) the remains of the place.
As we were standing there, cameras in hand, he remarked on the difference between what the surroundings looked like compared to what I usually see in West Texas. It was a good point: we have more problems with encroaching dirt than encroaching forests…
Jordan River, British Columbia
(Here’s a self-portrait that Ehpem made during our Jordan River stop.)
Posted on May 6, 2015, in Photography and tagged 365 photo project, abandoned buildings, architecture, black and white photography, british columbia, Ehpem, Jordan River, Jordan River British Columbia, melinda green harvey, monochrome, NIK Silver Efex Pro 2, one day one image, photo a day, photography, postaday. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.