Photo pre scouting plays a huge part in my travel planning, I always have a certain amount of photographs that I expect to capture during my adventure. My inspiration comes from so many different crazy places. I am always jotting down notes and snapping pics with my phone for future reference.
During my travels to Prince Edward Island I knew the opportunity to snag “my seafood restaurant” photo would present itself. You know what I am talking about. Cliche marine artifacts strewn about. Hanging over every table setting is that cliche seascape, you can almost smell the salty air. For as long as I have been doing photography, I have wanted to shoot a seascape worthy of any eateries wall.
As I approached the “Hailey Jo” glistening in the sunshine, I knew this was it. The boat housed, perfectly weathered, lining the background. Lobster traps, stacked and waiting for their next catch, helping me achieve mine.
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