This black-and-white photograph depicts a campsite tent on a scow viewed from upstream. The raft upon which the tent sits is tethered to the shore on the right side of the picture. The photo features the river, the near shore on the right-hand side, and the far shore in the background of the picture. The bank of the river is dotted with rocks interspersed with small weeds. The river appears to be curving to the right-hand side in this photo. Shrub-like trees are dotted on the near and the far side of the river. The trees and bushes that are clearly visible appear to be a mix of coniferous and deciduous.
black and white photograph
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Sternberg, George Fryer 1883-1969, "061-01: Upstream picture of a tent on a scow" (1915). George Sternberg Album #2 - Early Canadian Views. 214.
35085-16. Our camp completely installed aboard scow, looking up the river.