Along the rugged Atlantic Coast of Nova Scotia, hundreds of small villages and tiny harbors support a fishing fleet that still harvests a living from the sea. From Yarmouth to the northern tip of Cape Breton, every bay, cove, and harbor along the Atlantic Coast of Nova Scotia is a home port to working fishermen. Photographers looking for images should travel the coast of this Canadian Maritime Province. In addition to wildlife preserves and national parks that protect large wilderness areas, the contributions of settlers from many lands can be seen in the Nova Scotia of today. Some of the best lighthouse photography can be found here.
Notes and images from Bob Hitchman.