The fishing village in Malpeque, Prince Edward Island, is quaint, charming and colourful. I could spend all day here photographing the boats, boathouses and lobster traps.
Here is another shot taken from the opposite side of the marina with a view of the puffy white clouds.
Most of these boats are fishing for lobster, mussels, oysters, clams, as well as some halibut and tuna.
I was surprised that I did not find tuna on any menu. Apparently when the tuna comes in, it is sold right on the dock to the Japanese who pay the highest price.