I haven't had time to sit down and publish regarding my trip to Nimmo Bay (www.nimmobay.com), it almost feels too momentous, too grand; it was simply that spectacular, full of insight, inwards. It felt like another stepping stone on the path  laid out by new friends, and peers, onwards towards what's next; and a glimpse into the glory all around us, if only, we stop, for a moment, sit still, breath, look and listen. 

 

Nimmo Bay was all of that, and more; while I was up there I wrote a story about sentiment called, wait for it, sentimental, I'm holding on to it, just because, for now, its mine, and it feels significant, to me.

It's a story about a man and his fire. 

Arent they all.  

Simon

 

 Video and photos: Simon Whitfield  

Music: Patrick Watson  

 

 

Photos below thanks to;

JEREMY KORESKI

PHOTOGRAPHER

TOFINO

CANADA

THIS IS NOWHERE

hey Jer and Fraser, remember that time we went to lagoon and played in the outflow, what a joy, grateful to know you.  

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