Digby Neck Grey

This house with grey weathered siding was photographed on Digby Neck, a long, narrow piece of land on the eastern side of Nova Scotia on the Bay of Fundy. The weather is harsh there on the Atlantic coast of Canada so people frequently use cedar shingles that are left unfinished and allowed to weather naturally. The beauty and character always draw me in.

Brought to you in response to Jude’s Life in Colour: black or grey.

11 thoughts on “Digby Neck Grey

  1. I prefer to see wood naturally fade into that lovely silvery grey. Not so sure about the mint green paintwork though, and I imagine that needs doing regularly. Looks like this is in a fabulous location, with great views. Thanks for the link Pat ๐Ÿ–ค

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