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Settled in the 1700’s, the communities around the shores of Mahone Bay on the south coast of Nova Scotia, Canada, reflect a way of life built upon farming, fishing and a strong spirit of community and co-operation.
July 2009, Fuji S100FS camera
nova scotia, canada, mahone bay, western shore, fishing, farming, historic, community, homes, rural, countryside, george cousins
‘bout time you started posting again – even though it is previously taken photos. Great to see and I’m now looking forward to seeing you out and about with that Sony of yours once again – so get stuck in to it!!! By the way, this photo bears quite a strong resemblance to one I took in Tasmania recently.Nice work old mate.RegardsPeter
Well I could say I’m just getting over the shock of No. 81..lol..but the truth is, just been a bit lazy about posting. Mahone Bay is a fave spot for Jann and I when we go back East, so you may see shots going back to 2005 or earlier..it does look a lot like that Tassie shot, doesn’t it? Glad you liked it..take care of yourself..George
– George Cousins
You take care of YOUR self mate! I hit 82 in a few days time but am delighted to see that you are catching me up fast! LOL Plus I’m off on another trip next week so look up Northern Territory and, in particular Arnhem Land where we’ll be doing the western section. It’s totally different from Tassie!regardsPeter
At this rate, I’m never going to catch you!!! I’ve read about Arnhem Land and saw a bit of a documentary on it and the whole Northern Territory about a year or so ago, so really looking forward to seeing some of your shots. Good for you, enjoy yourself to the hilt!!!