02
Apr
09

Day 179 of a 365-Day Portrait of Canada: Leaving Halifax for the south shore of Nova Scotia.

Random Photographs Throughout The Day, Traveling from Halifax to the fishing village of Prospect

Morning Walk In Point Pleasant Park.

Morning Walk In Point Pleasant Park.

People We Met Today

Brother's John and Adam pose in the parking lot of Point Pleasant, before heading off to photograph the park.

Brother's John and Adam pose in the parking lot of Point Pleasant, before heading off to photograph the park.

Mother and Daughter Take A Long Over Due Walk Through Point Pleasant Park.

Mother and Daughter Take A Long Over Due Walk Through Point Pleasant Park.

Young "Piper" takes a spring walk in the village of Prospect.

Young "Piper" takes a spring walk in the village of Prospect.

The Diamond family takes a late afternoon stroll on the road that leads into village of Prospect.

The Diamond family takes a late afternoon stroll on the road that leads into village of Prospect.

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Faces Of The Day

This is Prospect, Nova Scotia

View of Prospect coming into town, with careful consideration to development within the village, Prospect has retained it's historical charm. There is no stores or even a post office in town, just homes and a few fishing camps.

View of Prospect coming into the village. With careful consideration to development within the village, Prospect has retained it's historical charm. There is no stores or even a post office in town, just homes and a few fishing camps.

Village Of Prospect

Village Of Prospect

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The South Shore of Nova Scotia is strom central, every other house in Prospect had a weather vane. Some fishing shacks even had wind socks to help predict incoming storms.
A make shift dock leads out into deeper waters allowing the fishing boat to unload it's catch.
A make shift dock leads out into deeper waters allowing the fishing boat to unload it’s catch.fishing-with-ducks
Cemetery on the edge of Prospect
Cemetery on the edge of Prospect

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James Coolen Died Feb. 3rd 1892

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