Deep Cove, or Deepwater as it was first known, is located in the traditional clamming and fishing area of the Squamish Salish native nation who lived for thousands of years and still live in the area. Spanish and English Naval explorers scouted the arm in the eighteenth century, and by the mid-nineteenth century, whales were being caught and flensed on the Cove's shores.
With its proximity to forests, mountains, skiing, parks and the water, Deep Cove is well known among outdoor recreation enthusiasts. Its been a jewel in the environmental crown of British Columbia for decades, and now the world is learning about it.
This is a limited edition photographic print (edition of 25) – printed on a superior quality acid-free paper. Pricing for larger sizes available on request.