With a color palette like no other, it’s a photographer’s dream!
A magical place called Deer Harbour offers stunning photography: pastels and reflections, mist and rain, and movie-like overcast lighting. Not to mention the incredible subject matter!
Getting to Deer Harbour at the best of times requires a ride in a rough-water boat – just to be on the safe side – and skilled seamanship. Once you ’round the headland and exit Trinity Bay you’ve entered paradise. Several kilometres of sheltered coves and inlets all the way to the end of Deer Harbour delivers breathtaking scenery.
Unless one is a geologist or biologist in the field of botany, it’s difficult to explain why this place offers up colourful lichen and rock that spans a unique band in color spectrum, unlike too many places you’ll frequent. The hardest part is getting here – and with a little inside knowledge it can be arranged 😉
Photographing the area requires access to a boat. A single day trip doesn’t quite do justice, so plan an over-nighter. The weather varies, and the best laid plans don’t always mean access by boat is possible. That said, there is a trail that goes from civilization to the lower end of the harbour. Still, to maximize the photographic experience a guide boat is desired. Accommodations are bring your own – can you say tent – however, it’s been known that locals have taken people into their cabins for a night.
Want to get off the beaten track and find your photographic genius? Then Deer Harbour might just be the place for you! Here at Lens50 we organize custom adventures to make things happen!
Like to stay ON the beaten track? Check out some of our local workshop offerings!