Photographer's Note

Nova Scotia is a "T" shaped peninsula that protrudes into the Atlantic Ocean forming the easternmost area of the Canadian mainland. Eastern Passage is a fishing harbor / community that has been moving toward trendy restraunts and shops. The image is of the back channel of the harbor, which is very narrow. The fishing harbors in Nova Scotia are very quaint and picturesqe. This is known as the land of the "saltwater farm" because, since no place here is more than 35 miles from the ocean, it is not unusual to pass a farm with a commercial fishing boat hauled out in the barnyard. I used a graduated density filter so as not to overexpose the clouds.

PP: Cropped and reduced noise with NeatImage

xuaxo, askiblair has marked this note useful

Photo Information
Viewed: 3311
Points: 4
Additional Photos by Larry Carolan (lcarolan) Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 210 W: 12 N: 383] (930)
View More Pictures