Dolores Ann is an old weathered fishing boat in Nova Scotia, Canada. Wrinkled, with many layers of paint applied over the years, she is majestically mirroring in the still water of the bay at Cape Sable Island.
Quietly but proudly, this old fair lady tells us the story of fishing tradition practiced generation after generation in Nova Scotia.
I like the way she is showing her beautiful yellow color, and ornamental buoys. But please notice the symphony of the Lines: curved and straight, vertical and horizontal, all duplicated by the water reflection.
Thank you Dolores Ann for being there that day and posing for me!
To honor this beautiful old fair lady, I uploaded her portrait to my Fine Art America gallery. Now her picture can shine on any wall of your home. Click on the picture to see other printing ideas:
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For the fun of challenges, I posted it to:
Photo a Day Challenge: D | Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Things People Drive
Nova Scotia Travel Guides