Martinique Beach is a huge sandy waterfront located in Nova Scotia (and not on the island it's name suggests). I went there on an afternoon and was very surprised to see that an important fog covered the whole area. The walk along the beach has something strange in these weather conditions, as there were some portions where you really couldn't see very far in any directions... people looked like ghostly creatures coming out of the mist.... I shot on an old expired Kodak Ektachrome E100G, that I slide processed and it came out very blue. I must say that I like the results as it translates very well the special athmosphere of this beach walk

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