In the midst of a blinding Atlantic Ocean fog, a fishing trawler wends its way into Lunenburg Harbour, Nova Scotia. That’s a fairly big island out there, but a few minutes after taking this, it was totally invisible. I was glad to catch it, to give a bit of perspective to the thickness of the fog. In those days, I used to service the electronics on many of the Nova Scotia fishing trawlers, and having a good radar was a vital necessity. Taken with a 35mm. Exakta Varex SLR, high speed Ektachrome film, in 1966. Scanned at 4000bpi with a Canoscan 4000US scanner in 2004.