I like to snap photos from inside of moving vehicles, but I rarely share them on this blog. Why? Because they look like photos taken from inside a moving vehicle. I decided that I don’t care about that anymore. If I capture something I think is “cool” on the road, I want to share it with you from now on.
Today, I had an ophthalmologist appointment at St. Martha’s Hospital in Antigonish. As usual, Dad was my driver. We are always each other’s hospital appointment chauffeur. Anytime someone else is in the driver’s seat, my camera is on my lap, just in case…
As we approached the Canso Causeway, I spotted a really big boat docked at the quarry. I grabbed the camera out of my bag and, between passing cars, I captured this image.
To get an idea of the scale of this boat, take a look at the fishing boat on the right side of the image above. That ship is a monster!
On the way home, the monster was still there, but this time, the quarry was on the passenger side, so it was a little easier to get photos.
I always get excited when I’m able to capture photos on the causeway. It’s a place where you can’t stop and get out of the vehicle to take in the sights. Once you’re on the causeway—unless you’re driving a big truck going to the weigh station—you can’t pull over. I’m almost positive that pedestrian traffic is not permitted to cross it. I’ve never, in all my years, seen anyone walking there.