In 1973 my grandfather and some friends took some canoes into the Ontario wilderness, hunting and fishing their way north. No guide, no GPS, no cell phones or ultralight camping gear just a map and longing for the wild solitude. I had never seen these photos before but I had heard the stories and they captured me as a young boy. My brother was at Grandpa’s house the other day and he pulled these out of a dusty drawer. They were all his favorite hunting and fishing trips. And in the middle of these grand adventures was a picture of he and my mom at about 7 years old with a little buck he shot on his farm.
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Women and child eating at an outdoor food stall in Pei-p’ing (today’s Beijing) ca. 1930s. Photo by Hedda Morrison. Source: University of Bristol Historical Photographs of China album reference: Hv27. Street life album 1. #beijing#beijinghistory#vintagephotos