Photographer's Note

I called this photo "Saltbox", as it describes the type of Newfoundland Home Architecture. These homes where mainly constructed from 1835-1910.

This home is located at the end of the "Tinkers Point Path" of the East Coast Trail. Myself and 9 other hiker completed a 4 hour hike along the rugged coastline, to be met by this colourful home in Tors Cove. One of the hikers can be seen on a swing, enjoying a well deserved break.

I particularly like this photo because of the colourful trim and a great example of a dying part of my heritage.

I apologize for the white specks as a light snowfall just began.

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