Most communities exist in a balance of the old and the new. Newtown, like every Newfoundland community, is no exception.
Friday was a bright and beautiful day, giving me the perfect opportunity to capture the contrasts.
First, the old:
This is the front view of a century-old fishing stage. If you think it looks ready to topple over in this photo, take a look at the side view:
I’ve shared this little shed on my blog before. It’s still hanging on to that rock for dear life!
A decrepit fishing boat reminds me of a beached whale.
Now for something new—a pretty spot to sit and enjoy the seascape:
A miniature lighthouse makes a picturesque addition.
Check out the new bird blind, a part of our wetland wildlife habitat:
A bird-watcher’s delight
Inside the blind
“There is magic in the old and magic in the new: the trick is to successfully combine the two.” ~ A. D. Posey
Thanks for tagging along!