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Dingwall Harbour & Asby Bay, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia
Canada

This view of Dingwall Harbour and Asby Bay was taken around sunset in late July near the northern tip of Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, not far from Cabot Landing where John Cabot reputedly first set foot on the North American Continent in 1497, although the actual location is a matter of some  dispute, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Cabot.

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Uploaded: 30/07/2010
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