An eight at 'Henli' (and a canoeist), c.1932
Ep01-699. © 2013 Adrienne Livesey, Elaine Ryder and Irene Brien.
Sport – in Ephgrave’s case soccer, golf, and rowing – was embedded in foreign settler culture. Young Jack took many shots of the Shanghai Rowing Club’s activities outside Shanghai at a place dubbed ‘Henli’. The double-exposure may well be accidental, but Ephgrave’s decision to keep the print from it and add it to the albums suggests that he liked the effect.