A LOBSTER BOAT returning to harbour in the Magdalen Islands of Quebec.
LES GALETS of Natashquan, Quebec stand as silent sentries on guard of days gone by. These small fish houses were once the economic and social the hub of this remote hamlet.
HARINGTON HARBOUR at night… a lovely and lonely outpost along Quebec’s Côte Nord accessible by sea, air, or snowmobile.
The white sand beach at VERADERO, Cuba is one of the finest in the northern Caribbean. An abstract memory of warmer nights.
NET FISHER seeking subsistence from the Pacific Ocean along Mexico’s west coast.
DRIED FISH. What more can we say.
ST.LUCIA 3…all beaches in St.Lucia are public. No one can restrict your access. These gentlemen are seeking supper at the islands famous Sugar Beach.
ST.LUCIA 1 …catch, clean, eat, repeat.
A BEACH without a lifeguard on duty. The reason is because the water temperature is a cool 14 Celsius. Swim at own risk.
ENTRY ISLAND, approach from the sea. The treeless guardian of the Magdalen Islands, Quebec.
SEA, a constant wash abundant and fragile. Go to the sea.