I guess this edition of the iPhone dump is all photos from a Denman and Hornby Island trip. My parents did a 60+ day drive from Ontario, up to the Arctic Circle, over to Alaska and then down to meet us for the Labour Day long weekend at Denman Island just off of Vancouver Island. They did the drive in the truck camper (see the third photo)… Close living quarters for the two-month journey here, and continued on back to Ontario over the following couple of weeks.
- The sunset from the Ferry over to Nanaimo.
- If you’ve ever been to Hornby Island, you’ll know this pub with the grass roof.
- Here’s the truck camper my parents made the epic journey in.
- This random sculpture was made on the beach out of things that were laying around, it’s about one-foot square.
- Katie and I rode our bikes over to Hornby to hit the mountain bike trails… Fun day. That’s me up at the very top, with a massive cliff just off to my right side.
- Ford’s Cove on Hornby Island has the craziest beach with these rock formations that go on forever. It’s a must-see if you ever go.
- The most southern tip of Denman Island at Boyle Point Provincial Park. There was a sea lion hanging out down here and he was making a bunch of noise, but he did his best to elude us.
- Chains detail, on the ferry from Denman to Hornby Island.
- Tribune Bay beach… It’s a pretty epic beach, I’m pretty sure it’s rated Canada’s best white sand beach. It was so nice to jump into after mountain biking for a few hours.
Here’s a couple of bonus shots looking across to Denman Island from Hornby Island shot while waiting for the ferry.
The Jealous Sound – Kill Them With Kindness
Sonic Youth – Rather Ripped
She Wants Revenge – Valleyheart
Q And Not U – Different Damage
Rogue Wave – Asleep at Heaven’s Gate
40 Watt Sun – The Inside Room
Verbena – Into the Pink
Luna – Lunapark
Poster Children – Junior Citizen
About the iPhone photo dump: I shoot a lot of photos in the average month, whether it be on my iPhone (or any of my other cameras). Sadly, most of these photos never see the light of day, and sit buried somewhere on a hard-drive. I’m using this monthly feature to set some of those photos free. You can see my full archive of iPhone Photo dumps here.