Yeatman Bay

Looking out of Yeatman Bay on Quadra Island in August.

Grant Callegari of the Hakai Institute is leaving our archaeology project after a day of shooting video for Hakai Magazine.


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Olympus mjuii, Fuji Superia 200, developed and scanned by Canadian Film Laboratory

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8 thoughts on “Yeatman Bay

    • Thank you Julie – it was a great place to hang out for a week. We worked hard but had this beach to hang out on in the evenings, which was adequate compensation. Also, we were finding cool stuff that turned out to be at least 11,000 years old, so that made it all worth while.

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      • Yes, an old site, but we are a bit disappointed as we have been looking for sites that are about 13,000 years ago, which is the age of many of the landforms (old marine beach edges now stranded in the forest) we have been testing. We probably have older materials, but so far can only date them by association with the landform they are on, and the fact they have been worn by water rolling which was only possible when they were beside the beach.

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    • Thanks Lynn – you and Sherry seem to have similar ideas about this image! Thank you also for all your comments this year. I have not been good about reciprocating, but that is not a reflection on your work, just on my habits.

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    • Thank you Sherry, I am always a bit surprised when people think about painting when they see my images. Thanks also for all your comments this year – they have been much appreciated!

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