Cape Breton Photo of the Week: Cold January Evening

Cape Breton Living Photo of the Week: Cold January Evening Lw L'ArdoiseLower L’Ardoise, Cape Breton Island

Cold January evening in Lower L’Ardoise. Thank you Blair Landry for another spectacular Photo! I would love to hear the story of this anchor, it sure makes an interesting shot with the sunset in the background.

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2 thoughts on “Cape Breton Photo of the Week: Cold January Evening”

  1. The anchor sits in property
    Owned by Nancy and John Mombourquette . John made the base and lifted the anchor onto
    It a couple if years ago

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