Today's photos of boats were scanned from slides originally taken between the early 70s to the mid-90s. Since I live on the sixteenth largest islands in the world, boats are a common sight in most communities near the ocean. I have been photographing boats for many years and when I look back at the images, I can see changes in the number, size and types of boats I see in my travels.
The first shows a few small boats moored in a harbour on the Burin Peninsula. This may be Mooring Cove, but since I didn't photograph town welcome signs when I was shooting slides, I have forgotten where this slide was taken. I think it was fairly near the Town of Marystown. The second image was taken in Hibbs Cove on the Port de Grave Peninsula, a scenic community that I have visited several times. The single boat was located in King's Point, Green Bay. I also liked the four boats lined up in Harbour Main and the stage and boats in Quidi Vidi.