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Your portfolio: Annie McClimont

Labrador Coast

Annie McClimont travelled out of Newfoundland, Canada, and up the Labrador coast, where she took these images.

Weathers wooden buildings

Along the way we came across this deserted village that had once been a thriving cod fishing community.

Coastline village, Labrador

The abandoned area is extremely remote - hundreds of miles from anywhere.

Abandoned wooden buildings

The wooden buildings' weathered tones now fit in with the rocky landscape.

Brightly painted wooden house

One or two houses had once been brightly coloured. Given their exposure to the elements it's amazing any paint was still left.

Pile of wood outside a brightly painted wooden building

With no roads, everything had to be taken out by boat. The place was littered with the remnants of lives lived there.

Abandoned coastal village, Labrador

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