In the ferry behind us, there’s this couple with backpacks and they’re looking a bit bewildered and bedraggled, like how couples with backpacks do that look so well.


How do you describe the thrumming shudder of ferryboat movement? Like some lumbering water mammal. Hm, shippopotamus? And so we dig in.

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November can make for a somewhat dull palette in the Northwest. The month of hunkering down. Everything starts to blend together after a while.

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The formula is simple. Wake, forage, rest. Repeat.



And this discipline gives rise to others. “So you think you know Gaelic” scrabble, for example.


All shot on Haida Gwaii in November-December. I think I got it right.




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