Granville Ferry by kenmo ()
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Granville Ferry, Nova Scotia, Canada - September 3, 2016 : View of the village of Granville Ferry across the from the shore Annapolis Royal & across Annapolis River.
Camera: Nikon D7100 & Nikkor 18-105mm lens
ISO 100, 66mm, f/6.3, 1/250
Image Comments (7)
tallpindo () 11:07AM | Sun, 21 June 2020
I like the view but have to say from my crumbling lost past that the ferry across Lake Michigan and more commonly across the Straits of Mackinac were what defined boredom and a wasted life moment for me as I grew from about 10 to 14. When the bridge was completed in 1957 we took a ferry to Mackinaw Island where we could walk the roads as my father was in no way going to charter a horse and carriage for the family. Even later the Catalina Island ferry led to sleeping on the isthmus on sticles and returning find my wife all excited because she had wrecked the car with my youngest son with her. So! Beauty is wonderful but I cannot redeem the ferry life. I wrote a check to Key West Sea Plane to fly my sons and I to the Dry Tortugas and Fort Jefferson. The sea was clear and the rollers were amazingly tiny as we passed over the Marquesas. The brick fort had lots of intrigue. Fort Michilamackinac and the other wood stockades of the French and Indian wars are a good reason to turn down the road away from the ferries! No stack gasses. No coal smoke and later no diesel.