Old Growth BC


The Francis/King Regional park was originally home to the Saanich people who relied on the forests and open spaces for food and shelter. The Saanich took only the wood they needed from the giant cedar forests for their canoes, clothing, household wares and ceremonial objects. The Douglas Fir trees in this area are estimated to be over 500 years old. I chose to capture two images from one ancient tree that has been down for a long time.  It is still contributing to the forest with a carpet of moss as it slowly returns to the soil. Image taken October 2021.

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Photo print in Envelope Mat: Images are printed on premium quality, resin coated 300 gsm photo paper. Photo paper is slightly textured with a luster (satin) surface which will not show fingerprints or produce reflective glare like gloss surface papers.
Prints come in an acid free, slide in mat ready to hang.

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8 x 12 photo print, outside mat size is 11 x 14