Before traveling to Nova Scotia in May, I looked online for any information about shipwrecks that I might be able to visit. I didn’t find much. However, while doing some research on Google Maps, I spotted a white object lying along the coast. I zoomed in enough and realized it was a wrecked yacht sitting on the rocks. I hoped it would still be visible when we visited.
We drove by on hazy, rainy afternoon, and I got out and checked it out. I took a few photos, but decided to return the next day. The next morning, we had beautiful light, and I spent a fair amount of time taking photos in the nearby fishing town of Blue Rocks. I then decided to head for the wreck. By the time I got there, the sun was climbing, washing out the sky behind the wreck. I decided to incorporate the sun into the photo:
I don’t think this wreck will last much longer. Apparently the local residents want it removed, and steps have been taken to start that process.