Garbage Bins

Wherever man goes, garbage follows. And in order to manage it, garbage receptacles are necessary. Banff has hundreds of them, and it's hard to image what the landscape would look like without them. It's a sign of man's presence and almost brings a feeling of security that infrastructure is present to wisk away any garbage that you might be caught holding on to.

But, the landscape did exist without them. So when you see one, ponder how unnatural it really is.

garbage30.jpg garbage31.jpg On top of Sulphur mountain, Instax 100, monochrome film It might be a challenge to toss garbage into this one, Instax 100, monochrome film There are bins every 50 meters, Instax 100, monochrome film garbagebin05.jpg At the base of Sulphur mountain, Instax 100, monochrome film Parking lots need bigger garbage bins, Instax 100, monochrome film One of many bins at the Tunnel mountain campground area.  OM-2n, HP5+ OM-2n, HP5+ Campground garbage and recycling bins.  OM-2n, HP5+ OM-2n, HP5+ OM-2n, HP5+ OM-2n, HP5+ OM-2n, HP5+ OM-2n, HP5+ OM-2n, HP5+ OM-2n, HP5+ OM-2n, HP5+ OM-2n, HP5+ OM-2n, HP5+ Is this an old landfill overlooking the horse pastures?  OM-2n, HP5+

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