Thursday, August 27, 2009

Goodbye, Little Ferry

Last night I went to Fort Langley, where the Albion Ferry docked during its 50 year run on the Fraser River. About a month ago the ferry service was replaced by the Golden Ears Bridge, and the boats are now at the Maple Ridge Terminal, awaiting a new home. While the new bridge is necessary, it was sad to see them there. I will treasure the memory of foot passenger crossings with the sun in my face and the wind in my hair.

Kulleet and Klatawa

Rollin' on the River

Fraser Shore

Five Boats at Sunset

Copyright 2009, Kathy Neudorf

Tuesday, August 18, 2009


The back road from Likely to Barkerville is a six hour drive - OK, make that three hours with lots of stops for pictures. Summer in Barkerville, a restored Gold Rush town, is a revelation; so much to see for visitors and visiting photographers alike.


Jewel in the Rafters


Copyright 2009, Kathy Neudorf

Monday, August 3, 2009

Likely, Really

A series of shots from a recent visit to Likely, British Columbia. If you get a chance, you really should go. The Cariboo area of BC is magical - a wonderland of snowy mountains, remote lakes and racing rivers. Oh, and vast grasslands, plenty of sagebrush, and the promise of gold.....

Gateway to Barkerville

Bears on Ghost Road

Quesnel Lake Cabin

Stove, Quesnel Forks

Symphony of Fire

Copyright 2009, Kathy Neudorf