Monthly Archive: August 2016

No Fat People Allowed

Permalink to No Fat People Allowed By Jonathan | Published August 25, 2016

I’m not exactly sure when building codes were introduced in British Columbia, but I am reasonably confident Barkerville predates them by several decades at least. And what is the result of a town built relatively free of regulation? Diversity of […]

Just the Top Floor

Permalink to Just the Top Floor By Jonathan | Published August 25, 2016

As a photographer, how do you deal with a crowded place like Barkerville? Tourists have a bad habit of ruining the mood when you’re trying to capture images of a 19th century gold rush town. You just have to get […]

Busters Food Mart

Permalink to Busters Food Mart By Jonathan | Published August 18, 2016

Buster’s clearly went bust a while ago because this is its “good side”. There seems to be two kinds of small towns in America. There’s the quaint, heritage styled “arts communities”. Those are nice. And then there’s the other kind. […]

Yosemite Vista

Permalink to Yosemite Vista By Jonathan | Published August 13, 2016

Okay, so our Yosemite plans didn’t work out exactly how we imagined. We arrived under the midday sun, couldn’t find anywhere to camp and had no choice but to pass right though. I did what I could, under the circumstances.