A friend told me that a German photographer, Martin Weinhold, was looking for subjects for his Workspace Canada project. He had portrayed a number of city occupations and was interested in the kind of activities that go on in the west Chilcotin – ranchers, outfitters, pilots, general storekeepers etc. I went round with him on his first day to introduce him to people. It happened to be one of the three days a week that the sched flight from Vancouver arrived at the Anahim Airport, and I watched him setting up his camera.
Here is Martin checking Kim, the woman who runs the office, with a light metre.
It was a sunny day, but with a cold wind…..
While we waited for the plane (which was late) I amused myself with my digital snapshot camera. I don’t think the search and rescue van has been moved for years.
I enjoyed these introduced weeds and their shadows on an old oil drum
Then I got close up to a dandelion
And next I did my big zoom thing with some foxtail barley grass.