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Blue Rocks, Lunenburg County, on South Shore of Nova Scotia
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Blue Rocks, Fishing Village, East of Lunenburg, on the South Shore of Nova Scotia, Canada. End of The-Point-Road. Fishermen's wharfs. Late in an autumn day.

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Uploaded: 15/11/2009
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Tags: blue rocks; lunenburg county; south shore; nova scotia; canada; atlantic ocean; fishing boats; wharf
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