During WWII and around the time of Pearl Harbour these dunes were used by the Canadian military for a highly secretive radar base. Of course, at the time radar was very experimental. The most the station is ever said to have warned us about was a flock of Canadian Geese. The area is now known as Experimental Bight, however not much remains of the military’s presence beyond a few old fence posts and telephone poles.... shot on @kodak#Ektar and @hasselblad#503cx
A cairn made of fishing floats and other ocean refuse marks arrival at Guise Bay. @northwesterly and I came upon 3-4 wolves not too far away from here, roaming the dunes and curious of our presence... Kodak #Ektar and Hasselblad + 80mm ... not sure which frame I prefer, so included both.