The website has been given a new lighter treatment. Let’s call it tech-rust.
The above photo is from the weir at Lake Cowichan – actually not too far from the Caycuse Bell a couple entries back. It was built in 1956 and serves to regulate levels of both the lake and the river. On the other side of this, where the weir drains from the lake, is where the Cowichan River begins. If you ever go tubing on this river, you might start right beside the weir and float down the river for the next few hours. It’s a highly recommended experience. The weir is probably a dangerous place to go swimming at this time of year, and the water would also be pretty cold.
Not too far down the river is an old trestle that’s been turned into a bridge. The rust on that trestle is the new background on this site, layered a couple times and put under a little pattern that I conjured up last night.