It’s about time for another Vintage Canada post- I’m slowly working my way through my photos from our last trip over to Canada back in October 09! I’ve had a really good response to my vintage-inspired processing and so I’ve been searching out the photos from our trip that best suit this kind of treatment. I’ve also coupled them with some cool borders I came across the other day. Anybody wanting to see previous posts of Vintage Canada photos can see them here, here and here! Anyway, on to the photos…the first one is the now defunct Coalmont Hotel in Coalmont BC- an old mining town, population approximately 100! We stayed in this tiny but beautiful town nestled by the Tulameen River. The second photo down is taken from the old gravel road we drove on (for hours!) to get to Coalmont. We passed through lots of ranching country, with plenty of old barns. The remaining photos were all taken around Tofino on Vancouver Island.
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