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Category: By the Sea

Tugboat Tough

Sometimes images are stronger in sets. These three images are from the same tugboat, either decommissioned or awaiting repair, in Belfast, Maine. My wife and I were in Belfast to join the Wanderbird for a week-long cruise of the Maine Islands in 2010. I say cruise, but the Wanderbird was not…

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East Coast Textures

On a small, rocky beach at one Nova Scotia’s many small fishing communities, my wife and I came across this scene – hundreds of scallop shells together. They looked like cast-off dinner plates. And, perhaps, that’s what had been happening here – years of locals bringing home some scallops, shucking them right…

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Mud Cove

Mud Cove sits between the picturesque fishing communities of Blue Rocks and Stonehurst, Nova Scotia. Almost every photographer (myself included) stops here, not to take a picture of the scene above, but to take a picture of a long-abandoned boat pulled up on the shore along the roadside. I have…

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