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Eclectic Collection
Apr 2005 Fred Schaad

Eclectic Collection

Kelowna, BC

This is an image is of a storage shed at Chute Lake Lodge. The lodge is located in the hills south of
the town where I live. It is somewhat remote. There is a lake for fishing and the Kettle Valley
Railway used to pass by the lodge in days gone by but now the lodge sits, isolated from civilization
except for a seldom used dirt road and the occasional tourist.

Canon EOS 3 ,Canon 28-135mm IS,Kodak Colour Print Film
Tripod, ciruclar polarizer full exif

other sizes: small medium large original
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C Ann How24-Dec-2012 23:33
Excellent pov and great tones ~ love it! V
Georgia Roessler29-Apr-2011 00:01
Really nice tones.
Barbara Read and Fred Schaad14-Feb-2010 01:19
Imperial Esso is alive and thriving.
http://www.imperialoil.ca/Canada-English/HomePage.asp
Bill Ewart Jr14-Feb-2010 00:35
Wow! Esso! I forgot all about them....they became Exxon and that was the end of that....thanks for the memory!
Yves Rubin07-Jun-2009 03:21
Beautiful atmosphere and scene. Superb work Fred! V
Anna Pagnacco05-Mar-2009 02:33
Love the atmosphere here and the tonal range! Anna
Jean-Luc Elias20-Feb-2009 11:39
Fantstic image! The glow is making it even more special... V
Paco López28-Aug-2008 05:48
Great!!!!!!!!!!!!! BV!
Stephen Cromer07-Nov-2007 12:18
Excellent shot. V
Yiannis Pavlis30-Aug-2007 04:33
Extraordinary..
Very moody and absolutely impressive.
Great idea .v
globalgadabout28-Jun-2007 14:41
excellent effect...like looking back through the mists of time
Steve Ainsworth15-Aug-2006 12:00
Nice gritty scene, highlighted by the glow or touch of infrared in the processing.
tomr-photos09-Aug-2006 23:10
I was just going to say about the same thing when I saw Ron's comment. Takes me back to the days when gasoline was 40 cents or less per gallon. :)
Ron Horloff22-May-2006 18:58
Haven't seen a sign like that since childhood. Nicely captured.
Ron