Atlantic Canada, 2005

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The land had by now become flat and barren, with rocky islets strewing the coast. Newtown (seen here) is built among several little rocky islands connected by bridges and imaginatively dubbed "the Venice of the North".

It's a former outport, now accessible by road. Its dying way of life tries to keep alive with tourism, which by its very nature destroys what the tourists are drawn to see.

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