I am totally out of energy now for showing you lots of images – I have purchased new image processing software and have bent my mind into all kinds of weird shapes trying to get it to work, which leaves me with little energy for putting together a post.
So, all you get is one image today, in black and white and colour – and not one I processed with the new software, just my old free standby, Picasa.
The walls are part of the Haida Heritage Centre, which includes a museum. I can’t explain why I like this view so much, and especially the black and white, but I like it more than any other I took when we visited a couple of weeks ago, even though they have all kinds of interesting Haida art in them.
These are parts of two components of this group of joined buildings, which are in the style of Haida post and beam houses, forming the appearance of a modernised but traditional village. This is located on top of an old village called Kaay Llnagaay (“Sea Lion Town”). More on this facility in future posts.
This is one of a series of eight posts about the Haida Heritage Centre, the others can be found through this link.
Canon 5Dii, Nikkor-N (pre-AI) 24mm f2.8 lens, ISO 640, 1/800th, aperture not recorded.