The little fishing village of West Dover is a few miles south of Halifax, in Nova Scotia, Canada. It’s one of many such villages along the province’s coastline, each with it’s unique scenic beauty. In the early days of settlement, roads were built along the shore, being the easiest path, with homes on the landward side and wharves,fishing sheds and boat anchorages on the waterside. Dating back to the 1700’s, these villages have long association with the Atlantic Ocean and the fishermen who ply their trade in fair weather and foul.
Taken July 14, 2007,
Sony DSCF828 camera.