As hinted in the previous post, I came across several forgetten envelopes of miscellaneous photos from many years ago. I don’t remember if these were originally of a yellow cast or if time’s hand had changed them that way so I thought I’d have fun and make them into sepia images. I quite like the result – the atmosphere of mystery, of wondering what is around the corner of that path and beyond those moss covered trees.
These, I remember well, were taken in Pacific Rim National Park, on the wild west coast of Vancouver Island. If the date is correct on the envelope it was in May 1999. This walkway was located near the Wickaninnish Centre and led down to Long Beach. On subsequent visits over the years, that boardwalk slowly disintegrated and disappeared into the earth.
Seeing these photos has brought back many wonderful memories and a desire for another visit to this very beloved place.