July 14, 2007, a typical mid summer fog envelopes the entrance to the tiny harbour of Peggy’s Cove, Nova Scotia. Not much fun creeping around out on the Atlantic on a day like this, even with radar and being old hands at fishing.
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This is a wonderful shot, George.A little late, perhaps, for this year but I can see a great calendar for next year out of this collection.
Thanks Stan, sometimes I wonder where we’re all going with this. Maybe it’ll get a bit clearer in the new year. A calendar might be one way, never gave it much thought. Sort of like trying to find a niche.
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