Off the coast of Wickaninnish in Long Beach, Pacific Rim National Park, the winter storm season is a tourist ‘happening’ of 1960’s proportions. People gather from all over to observe the Pacific Ocean crashing up against the rocks, drenching any who venture too close. On this occasion, the storm was gathering itself for an onslaught, but it was the clouds, not the sea that pulled me in. Menace personified. Canon AE 1. Eastman Cine film EI 80. CA 91-02-12 Edition of 25.
Fine Art Print dimensions: 11″ x 14″