Blue Rocks, Nova Scotia, Canada, is a tiny fishing village on the south shore of the province, close to Lunenburg. Like most small harbours along this shore, the waters are fairly shallow and have reefs and rocks projecting out of the water.In many cases, fishermen take advantage of these outcroppings to build structures and erect fishing sheds, where they can keep supplies, make repairs and offload fish if the tide is very low and not enough water to get the boats to a regular wharf. You can see stacks of lobster traps on the deck just above the blue boat. Foreground is a launching ramp where smaller boats can be hauled out for repairs or protection from Atlantic storms.
Taken October 24, 2007, Sony DSCF828 camera.