I love the oceans and don't get to spend enough time by them. For Scenic Sunday I am going into the archives and showing a little bit of Canada's east coast in Nova Scotia. This is a beautiful province with so much to see. If you haven't been there it is well worth the trip!
This is a little place called Hall's Harbour. A small fishing village. It was a cold May day and it had been raining all day. It stopped just as I got the ocean.
When I arrived in this tiny town, the first thing that caught my eye was the colour on this cold May day.The boat was so bright and cheery on an otherwise drab day. I liked the water flowing into this little inlet form the stream beyond. Even the bright red of the hydro box door added to the vibrant colour. Low tide for this fishing vessel. As this was later in the afternoon, it will not be going out again until the next day.
It was a very cloudy day so this came out rather dark, but I still liked the feeling that it gave of desertion. There was not a soul to be seen. Everyone gone for the day. Home in their warm houses until the morrow, out of the biting wind and rain.
One of the catches by the fishermen is lobster. I had the best lobster dinner I have ever had here. There is a small restaurant and a gift shop. In the shop is the lobster pound where you can pick your lobster and souvenirs and when your lobster is cooked they serve it to you in the restaurant.
There is much more to see at Scenic Sunday. Go on over and Take a look!