Driving down the Maine coast I passed this church. A mile down the road it was haunting me that I passed it by, I turned around and drove around for a while trying to put together my shot. The only place to park was in a cemetery on another road.
I got out of his van and had to cross a quarter mile bridge with nowhere to walk. I timed it out and ran in the breaks in traffic. Getting to the other side, I hopped the guardrail and noticed the red canoe sitting on the bank of the river in the foreground.
I had no idea if a shot with both a canoe and the church would actually look good together. I also had not planned on a shot with the canoe, so my equipment was not quite right for the shot. Making the most of it, I pushed the limits of hand holding my camera and got this shot.
Reviewing the image later, I was so excited and knew it was going to be the best shot from that trip. The canoe and the church worked perfectly together, the title shows that!
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