Logs at the log sort yard, Alliford Bay, Moresby Island, BC. The Haida Gwaii archipelago (Queen Charlotte Islands) has been called the Galapagos of the North, but these days it is under threat due to a variety of environmental issues including clear cut logging of the old growth forests. This image shows mostly young logs at a log sort yard on Morseby Island ready to be transported to barges and ships for transport to Asia. A short while ago, these were once healthy live trees, but they are now lying still and dead, hence 'Still Life'.
log sortclear cutforestscut logslog pileMoresby IslandHaida GwaiiQueen Charlotte IslandsBritish Columbiacoastal BCPacific Northwest