This photo was taken on a trip out with my mother a couple of months ago.
It is in St. Stephen’s Anglican Church which, as the church website says, is “the oldest church in British Columbia used continuously as a place of worship since its construction.”
I spent a nice afternoon with my mother yesterday, poking around thrift stores in Sidney.
I even found the most wonderfully crapola toy camera that deserves to have a roll of film run through it.
Canon Elan 7N, EF 50mm/1.4 lens, Fuji Superia 200
Thank you Lynn 🙂
a beautiful window ..such colors. And a nice find for you with the “toy Camera”.
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Thank you Sherry. It is a nice little pioneer church. I had a project, decades ago, to photograph churches in the interior of BC for an inventory. I have a plan to scan those negatives and work them up into some kind of publication, on-line probably. It will take some time, there are 44 churches that have had a variety of fates (like fire, demolition, remodelling, collapse) since I photographed them.