Jordan River II
The next few days are digital photos from my trip to Port Renfrew in February. These views are from one of the buildings I stopped to photograph at Jordan River on the way to Port Renfrew. A different side of the same building is in an earlier post called Jordan River. I was conflicted on how best to photograph this side of the building, and ended up with a few options. Some of them are included here.
I like the table, but really, a shot like this should have a chair in it. Preferably located beneath the Do No Block Lane sign. And what is it with that sign anyway? I associate a ‘lane’ with quaint English countryside and urban bicycles. This sign would have been instructing drivers of large pickup trucks and logging trucks. And it is a gravel field in front of this building, with no defined lane, road, street, nor even a cul de sac.
I am off to Quadra Island to take a boating course for the week, so may be slow in responding to comments, though I will try.
Canon 5Dii, Canon 50/1.4 lens, ISO100, f7.1.