Totems and Snow

I made the mistake about 2 months ago of mentioning to Cherie that I wanted to photograph Duncan’s totem poles after a snowfall. Little did I know that we would still have snow on the ground almost 10 weeks later. Not exactly what I had in mind.

At least I did manage to photograph the totem poles over a few days. I finally managed to get my old van out of the driveway as well. Spring must be here.

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One Response to “Totems and Snow”

  1. Pat Crossley says:

    Again, I always enjoy your first nations pictures – style, colour, and content.


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