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Dawson Creek, known as a gateway to the north for various reasons throughout its history. During the Second World War it was the starting point to the Alaska Highway - to provide a land route to Alaska for the shoring up of North America's defence.

Nikon D300 ,Nikkor 18-200mm f/3.5-5.6g IF-ED AF-S DX VR
1/1000s f/8.0 at 48.0mm iso200 hide exif
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Date/Time25-Jul-2010 15:51:13
ModelNIKON D300
Flash UsedNo
Focal Length48 mm
Exposure Time1/1000 sec
ISO Equivalent200
Exposure Bias
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Metering Modematrix (5)
JPEG Quality
Exposure Programaperture priority (3)
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Walter O. Koenig26-Aug-2010 15:07
Cool shot in b&w with the vator in the background. Looks like you're heading way up north.
globalgadabout26-Aug-2010 15:00
You still have a few miles to go then. At atmospheric image with this light...and so appropriate that an elevator looms beyond the trees..V
Char26-Aug-2010 12:26
This must be the beginning of the end. A wonderful black and white scene, Glenn! \/
Enny26-Aug-2010 08:19
cool shot, compo, safe trip.
Bill McMullen26-Aug-2010 03:54
Wow, you are certainly on the move. I have a feeling some beautiful landscape photos are ahead of you...
Robert D. McAlpine25-Aug-2010 23:48
Wow Glenn - you are obviously going to be responsible for our Northern Sovereignty! I am so looking forward to your pictures of ice-flows and polar bears!
Cindi Smith25-Aug-2010 22:47
Very cool. You heading north to Alaska? Love the vator in the background. :)
pkocinski25-Aug-2010 22:44
This is cool! I think you're going to be with Santa Claus :-)
Steve Mockford25-Aug-2010 22:00
Nice shot Glenn; the dark look works well here. You add to my confusion daily though; assuming that you are not off to hang around with Vampires, or about to become the recruiting officer in Prince Rupert, I am intrigued.
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