DITL Esquimalt and Peninsula
I thought I’d start the new year by posting my last Day in the Life of 2011, this time a combination of Esquimalt and Peninsula, which I did last summer. Shooting a DITL series is always fun. Doing one in Esquimalt is completely different from one in, say, Saanich, if only because of the size of the area you have to cover. And then you have the Saanich Peninsula with the airport, the BC Ferries terminal, and a big, big dairy farm.
Oh, and happy new year to all!
Victoria International Airport, Thursday July 14th, 2011. 20:12 – Jenny, Jared and 18 months old Roland Cook needed a snack before taking a flight to Ontario to visit family.
North Saanich, Thursday July 14th, 2011. 17:53 – Michael Holst, manager at Pendray Farms, tube feeds a 12 hour old calf, who earlier that day had escaped out into the field.
Esquimalt, Tuesday August 23rd, 2011. 17:45 – James Ferguson, produce clerk at Country Grocer, enjoys the sun during a short break from work.
Sidney, Thursday July 14th, 2011. 18:36 – Constable Vanessa Fields, of the Sidney / North Saanich RCMP, signs in to the laptop in one of the RCMP’s vehicles.
Esquimalt, Tuesday August 23rd, 2011. 16:14 – Wayne Young, apprentice mechanic at Lyall Street Service Station, replaces a tire.
Esquimalt, Tuesday August 23rd, 2011. 15:52 – Bill McCabe tees off at the 10th hole on Gorge Vale Golf Course.
Swartz Bay, Thursday July 14th, 2011. 19:14 – David Burrowes was waiting at the Swartz Bay Ferry Terminal for the ferry to Mayne Island, and was killing time by solving a crossword puzzle and watching baseball.
Esquimalt, Tuesday August 23rd, 2011. 20:37 – Yan Demeules was playing pool at Tudor House.
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