Brockton Point and the Sulfer Piles

Brockton Point and the Sulfer Piles

Brockton Point is in the foreground and the Nine O'Clock Cannon (you figure out when it fires) is the little light at the bottom. Across the water are the sulfur piles that are some of my earliest memories of this area. They never get smaller or bigger and they never ever go away. I have no idea how much sulfur has gone through that plant in all that time but it must have lit a ton of matches. Stretching from there, you can see some of the mountains that North Vancouver and West Vancouver sit on. They really do stretch right down to the city. Vancouver is totally tucked in to this amazing little spot between mountains and ocean.

I love it.

Fuji Velvia 100, scanned, colour corrected, sharpened in Photoshop CS3.

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Brockton Point and the Sulfer Piles

Brockton Point and the Sulfer Piles

Brockton Point is in the foreground and the Nine O'Clock Cannon (you figure out when it fires) is the little light at the bottom. Across the water are the sulfur piles that are some of my earliest memories of this area. They never get smaller or bigger and they never ever go away. I have no idea how much sulfur has gone through that plant in all that time but it must have lit a ton of matches. Stretching from there, you can see some of the mountains that North Vancouver and West Vancouver sit on. They really do stretch right down to the city. Vancouver is totally tucked in to this amazing little spot between mountains and ocean.

I love it.

Fuji Velvia 100, scanned, colour corrected, sharpened in Photoshop CS3.

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Posted: 2007-01-04 | 16:51


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