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Trevor Gordon  /  2 Min Read  /  Surfing

Travel photos shot on film.

Taken from our tree-house cabin right before the salt and sand claimed the camera for its own, merely a few days into the trip.

All photos by Trevor Gordon

There is a beauty to the unpredictable. Whenever I go on a trip, I won’t let my trustworthy (or not so trustworthy) 35mm film camera leave my hip. The following is a collection of crusty photographs from a journey to Canada’s Vancouver Island in search of its beautifully unpredictable surf.


Hitching a ride to the surf with Tofino local Peter Devries.


Most times it’s a bit harder than just driving to get to the surf.


This is just a quick drawing of the amazing view from master photographer Jeremy Koreski’s flat.


Accidental success. One of the many lakes in BC getting delicate after sunset.


Jeremy, half suited up attempting to keep his camera dry, while crossing the snow-melted river.


Six foot, howling onshore on one side. Turn the corner, and it’s one foot and perfect on the other.


Your normal driftwood graveyard on Vancouver Island.


Jeremy, explaining how many cougars are just over the bluff.


Having access to a boat on Vancouver Island enables you to go so many pristine places otherwise impossible. Jeremy making sure his skiff is tied up.


After a fun surf in a secluded cove the hike back is equally rewarding.


Rubber gumboots and an old walkway above the swampy forest floor.


The forest glimmering for only a moment before being reclaimed by the clouds overhead.

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