Trekking back to the boat after last night’s concert, fog was settling in,
Though traveling in fog is not my favorite way to boat, thanks to great radar equipment we headed on out, destination Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. The fog never lifted, so we saw nothing along the way, and Yarmouth was as foggy. Bummer!
When the fog lifted, there were some interesting sights, like the fishing boats that left early evening to throw their nets at night. I guess that is so they don’t interfere with daytime boat traffic.
As the sun began to drop, gulls and cormorants flocked to an island near the wharf and made the most raucous noise. Interestingly, I was told, the island used to be covered with trees but now there are only a few stubs thanks to the acidity of the gull poop. You never know what you are going to learn at a marina!
Speaking of art, this photo taken early morning reminds of an abstract painting, but it is a large anchor silhouetted against the sky. You never know what is going to capture your eye through the lens of a camera!
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