A black and white photo of the Sternberg Camp scow as it is surrounded by large floating logs. A smaller boat is in front of the scow. Only the backsides of the crewmembers are visible. Multiple logs are seen floating in the water. Heavy vegetation is present on the bank closest to the crew. Trees are seen on the bank on the opposite side of the river. The sky is clear, and it is daytime. The photograph is in black and white. The crew is using long poles to push floating logs away from the scow. The water level of the river is elevated. The scow has a white tent on it.
black and white photograph
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Sternberg, George Fryer 1883-1969, "068-02: Large Logs Approach the Scow" (1915). George Sternberg Album #2 - Early Canadian Views. 253.
As the river raised large trees and logs were hurled past our scow and we were kept busy pushing them out into the stream away from our boats.