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Very early in 2012 we ran a photoblog series “The Toad And The Lodge” that documented that last few days of a well-known institution on Vancouver Island called Tillicum Lodge.  For years the lodge served as a residence for our elders, providing care in a wonderful setting for those in need.  As time relentlessly marched […]

During the height of its operation, this would have been a place filled with joy and hope.  Today all that remains are the echoes of those who lived and worked here.  Thank you for joining us today on our final installment of our latest photoblog series “The Toad And The Lodge“, featuring the now long […]

The day was very cold, and for the most part the only sound to be heard was that of our shutter clicking.  We’re back at Tillicum Lodge today checking out our second-to-last post in this latest photoblog series “The Toad And The Lodge“.  This series shares a large set of images of a Senior care […]

The clouds were ominous in the sky the day we did this shoot.  The lighting was a bit grey and muted, and in many ways we couldn’t have picked a better time.  Thanks for joining us today as we continue our adventure together on our latest photoblog series “The Toad And The Lodge” which takes […]

What once was home to people’s mothers, fathers, brothers and sisters is now just a hull of it’s previous incarnation.  Today we continue our latest photoblog series “The Toad And The Lodge” exploring what remains of Tillicum Lodge, on Vancouver Island, BC, Canada.  As the journey unfolds and we make our way around the facility, […]

A place of love, a place of hope, a place now abandoned.  This is a post we’ve been working on for a few weeks now, post-processing a huge amount of images and doing some background research.  Today we roll out the first post in our new photoblog series “The Toad And The Lodge“, showcasing Tillicum […]