A painting by Susi Havens-Bezaire completed on August 3, 2015
In Newfoundland, a "tickle" is defined as a waterway that is open on both ends - and there appear to be many of them on the island. This small community has 2 - one which gave a perfect view of the Barbour Living History Museum where we boondocked for 3 days.
Barbour Harbour Bridge, Newtown, Newfoundland, Canada, 49.2030373, -53.513504
Plein Air Field Study, Oil on Linen/Gatorboard, 12" x 8"
© 2015 Susi Havens-Bezaire