There’s a very interesting historical site south of Prince Rupert, BC in Port Edward. At one time it was a working cannery, one of hundreds on the west coast of the province. The day we were there we had the place to ourselves, except for the rather well-fed cat that had free reign over the place.
I loved the lines of this place. I wasn’t sure I’d find anything but falling down buildings and rusting machinery but I was wrong. The lines and simplicity of the buildings really struck me. I was also happy it was low tide so I could see the pilings the buildings were on. I don’t think the photo would have the same feeling as it does with the exposed pilings and the dark shadows. Then again, it may have been interesting to see a “floating” building.
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- Camera: Mamiya C33 Professional
- Lens: Mamiya-Sekor 80mm (Black)
- Filter: #8 yellow
- Film: Fuji Acros 100
- Developer: Kodak XTOL 1+1
- Development: Small tank for 9:30 at 20 degrees Celsius. Agitation was for the first minute, then five inversions per minute.
- Date: May, 2006
- Location: 54.19453, -130.22556
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- Copyright: © 2006 Chris Jones. All rights reserved. More information.
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