Transatlantic — Petty Harbour, Newfoundland


Petty Harbour

We arrived at this charming fishing village about twenty minutes after leaving Cape Spear. This is Petty Harbour on Maddox Cove, about fifteen minutes outside of St. John’s, and fishing has been a way of life here for well over 500 years:

Still fishing here after 500 years!

The charm of this place begins, of course, with the colors. Bright blue-and-white fishing boats with rustic wooden buildings in the background:

Petty Harbour

There is much here to capture with your camera, and you’ll find yourself snapping away almost continuously:

Petty Harbour

Petty Harbour pretty much speaks for itself, so I’ll just shut up now and let this town do the talking:

Petty Harbour

Petty Harbour

Petty Harbour

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