we were the squatters


All along northern highways of BC, one finds abandoned RV parks, gas stations, service centres and the like. They are sometimes gutted or falling apart or grim and dank and a bit creepy and occasionally inhabited still, but most often they are now glorified houses for birds, at least in summer. For some reason I find this both ironic and weirdly appropriate, as nothing says freedom like a bird. Tearing through the halls of these moribund way stations, choosing from among the rafters, decrying the intrusions of us hinterland explorers. Ours!





_DSC0962Mostly shot with a Sony NEX-7 and a Zeiss 16-70mm f/4 lens




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