Work Boats

Living a lifetime on the West Coast has provided me with a varying palette of ships and boats that use the waterways to make a living. 

Freighters in a rainstorm anchored off Point Grey, Vancouver BC - 1969

Freighters in a rain squall anchored off Point Grey, Vancouver, British Columbia – 1969

Tug and Barge coming into Trail Bay, Sechelt, BC - 2011

Tug and Barge coming into Trail Bay, Sechelt, British Columbia – 2011

Tow boat and work barge, Davis Bay, BC - 2013

Tow boat and work barge, Davis Bay, British Columbia – 2013

Converted car ferry, now equipment transporter, Sechelt Inlet, BC - 2009

Converted car ferry, now equipment transporter, Sechelt Inlet, British Columbia – 2009

Snicket Park – 2013

Snicket Park_watermarked

Snicket Park or The Snicket is a small waterfront park 10 minutes from our house. It is the start of a seawalk that
follows the shoreline in front of the town of Sechelt, British Columbia.

Snicket Rocks 1_watermarked

Eons of wave action had eroded and smoothed the granite outcroppings.

Snicket Rocks 2_watermarked

Smoothed granite

Snicket Rocks 3_watermarked

Windows

01-The Window_watermarked

Bragg Creek, Alberta

38-Mennonite Village - Steinbach (23)_watermarked

Mennonite Village – Steinbach, Manitoba

105-Historic Gardens (14)_watermarked

Acadian House – Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia

121-Mississagi Lighthouse (4)_watermarked

Mississagi Lighthouse – Manitoulin Island, Ontario

214-St. Margaret's Chapel- Cape Chin (03)_watermarked

St. Margaret’s Chapel – Cape Chin, Ontario

246-Lakeview Flea Market (01)_watermarked

Lakeview Flea Market – near Goderich, Ontario

Window Sill_watermarked

Robert’s Creek, British Columbia

Window_watermarked

The Cottage – Sechelt Inlet, British Columbia