After checking out the fishermen at the mouth of the Beaver, I turned left and explored the harbour a little. A heavy-duty rock breakwater protects quite a large recreational harbour where people leave their boats docked for the summer. It's especially popular with sailors.
This view looks west past the harbour entrance, marked by the green beacon - the Niagara Escarpment in the distance.
There were dark clouds onshore, but some bright blue sky over the bay.
I was surprised to find the bright blue reflection of the sky in this photo once I loaded it on the computer.
And looking onshore is the marina, with docking space for I don't know how many boats, most of them fairly large sailboats. I can imagine that this place must be hopping with boats coming and going on summer holiday weekends.
No-one was around on a Tuesday, but it was interesting to walk down the docks and check out the boats.
Just a forest of sail masts in all directions, but the sails all under their wraps today.
This boater must keep things all neat and tidy.
I liked the looks of this kayak on the back of this boat.
And I was struck by how symmetrical the boats looked as you walked by them on the dock. I'm not a boater myself, but it's always interesting to visit a harbour.