Jutland Snippets II



The past while I have posted the occasional shot from the redeveloped industrial land on the Jutland Road waterfront of Victoria’s Inner Harbour.

All those pictures were taken with my back turned towards today’s pictures. This metal recycling operation is right across the mouth of Rock Bay from the new shiny buildings and walkways. It needs to be on the waterfront as the scrap metal is recycled off Vancouver Island, and is shipped there by barge. They have cleared some of the vegetation against the retaining wall which has uncovered what appears to be quite old graffiti, probably protected from subsequent tagging by blackberry canes for the past decade or so.

Ironically many of the government workers in the new buildings with a view of this yard work for the Ministry of Environment.






These images are part of my thirteenth roll at the 52Rolls Project.

Mamiya M645 Super, 80mm/f2.8 lens, ISO400, Kodak Portra 400 .




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