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(UNESCO site), Newfoundland, (2013)

Measurements: Black metal frame, 21.5” x  17 ¾”. Image: 14” x 11”

Matte & Paper: 8 ply, white. Hahnemuhle archival paper

Photo #1003


Fogo Island is a small island located off the coast of Newfoundland, Canada. It is part of the province of Newfoundland and Labrador, and has a rich culture and historical heritage. The island has a population of abut 2,400, and is known for its stunning natural beauty, including rugged coastlines, forests, and lakes.


A dory is a narrow, shallow-draft boat with a pointed bow and square stern, typically used for fishing or transportation. It is often used in coastal waters and is able to navigate in rough seas. The dory’s unique design allows it to be easily carried on the deck of a large boat and launched for use in shallow waters. 


The island is still known for its fishing industry, and it is also a popular destination for tourists who come to experience its unique culture and history. The island is a unique and special place, with a rich history and a strong sense of community.


Tory by Fisherman’s House, Tilting, Fogo Island

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