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Hartlen Point - Eastern Passage, Nova Scotia
Canada

Hartlen Point is situated at the eastern entrance to Halifax Harbour - just beyond the fishing community of Eastern Passage. Offshore you can just see the aging lighthouse on Devil's Island; and island that is the subject of many strange tales and colorful folklore.

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Uploaded: 13/09/2009
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Tags: outdoors; nature; ocean; beach; shoreline; nova scotia; halifax; canada
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