We first discovered Christ Church on a hot September day, out wandering from the central Rotary Park in town into the side streets to explore our new home. Finding out that Hope was home to the oldest church on mainland BC was a very exciting moment for me. I love history and architecture, and although the age, scale and style of this beautiful little building is very different from the stone-built Gothic creations I adore in the UK, Christ Church is just as wonderful in its own quiet way. We finally had time to spend a little more time there several months later when we ventured out into the snow with our cameras to capture some rather magical light at this very special place. All images shot on Contax 645 with Kodak Portra 800 film and developed and scanned back at Canadian Film Lab.