Forgotten Nova Scotia
The stunning images found in Forgotten Nova Scotia offer a window into our past, showing life as it was then, and stirring in us the emotions of wonder and curiosity about those who have gone before us and the lives they lived.
Nova Scotia is in Ingrid Bulmer and Ted Pritchard's blood, and you might say Forgotten Nova Scotia is their love letter to the province. Where others may see only decay and rot in these long-forgotten locations, Bulmer and Pritchard see exquisite beauty. This is the book they were meant to do.
TOUR DE FORCE
"This book is a photographic tour de force! Forgotten Nova Scotia contains evocative and haunting images from two masters of the craft. In this memorable book, Ted and Ingrid take readers places they might otherwise not go. Their moody pictures of abandoned buildings, railway tracks and artifacts consigned to oblivion, give insight into how people once lived, their struggles and triumphs."
Andrew Vaughan, national photographer with The Canadian Press
"Forgotten Nova Scotia is a testimony to the art of photography and the bonds of true friendship. It is wonderful to see their journey come full circle onto the pages of this book."
— Paul Darrow, award-winning photographer
Ted Pritchard and Ingrid Bulmer were photojournalists for The Chronicle Herald for more than 20 years. Their photos regularly appeared in The Canadian Press and Reuters news agency stories. Their work has appeared in Maclean's Magazine, The Toronto Star, The Globe and Mail and The National Post. Today, Ingrid and Ted own and operate Rattlebox Multimedia Inc.