Lost Ledge: is a small secluded campground on the north-western shore of Kootenay Lake, 25 km (16 miles) north of Kaslo on Hwy. 31, and 5 km south from Davis Creek Campground. Lost Ledge is known for outstanding views of the Purcell mountain range and lake view sheltered campsites.
So Rayanne and I have been on a getaway to the West Kootaneys in beautiful British Columbia. We’ve been camping and paddling the lakes here. The rainforests and back roads are inspiring. We keep meeting people that have been passing through and 20 plus years on they are still here. A magical place. This is not a super tight edit of images, maybe 50 or so, so get a cup of tea and have a look, it might take you a while. Next week part two.
Part of the joy of analogue photography is the surprise you get after processing a roll or rolls of film that have accumulated over a period of time. I’ve processed some Tri X lately not knowing what latent image lived on the acetate. I’ll post some of those discovery’s today and in weeks to come. This one “Uncle Buck”was shot in Yellowknife NWT some years ago, I’m not sure when but no older than 6 years ago. It’s a typical Canadian frontier town. Sea plane overhead and a beat up pick up truck somewhere in Old Town. Back to the darkroom now.