Visitors will discover isolated beaches and seascapes free of any trace of man, as well as busy harbor scenes packed with colorful lobster boats and trawlers anchored in protected coves. At day's end when the fleet returns, lobster traps and brightly colored buoys are piled on wharves, nets are hung to dry, and workers are busy cleaning and boxing fish for delivery to market. Photographers, always searching for the best light, may discover these scenes enveloped in morning fog as a rising sun paints reflections of brightly colored boats on the surface of calm coves. Every season shows a different face of coastal Nova Scotia. Plan your visit soon and enjoy some great photography.
Notes and images from Bob Hitchman.