To my mind, kind of Chaplinesque the way this ferry was 20 degrees off center as it sailed into Yarmouth, Nova Scotia.
It was a ship named "The Scotia Prince", a motor vehicle ferry that plied the Bay of Fundy between Yarmouth, Nova Scotia and Portland, Maine. At some point, I came across a photo, very likely from the Yarmouth Vanguard's online edition.
Naturally, it made me nostalgic, yes, but it was that rakish angle that prompted me to attempt rendering it onto canvas. Begun on Feb. 18, 2002. Signed on the back.
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