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Loyal Orange Association Hall Bonavista Newfoundland
The old wooden building known as the Loyal Orange Association Hall was built in 1907 in the town of Bonavista, Newfoundland.
A two storey building with a four storey domed tower houses the Loyal Orange Association Hall in the town of Bonavista, Newfoundland that was designed and built in 1907 by Ronald Strathie. It is recognized as one of the finest wooden structures t ...
Clothesline Laundry Bonavista Newfoundland
An easy way to dry your laundry is to hang it out on a clothesline, especially in the town of Bonavista as it sits along the coastal shores of Newfoundland where the wind blows.
Laundry hanging on this clothesline will not take very long to be fresh and dry as there always seems to be a breeze blowing along the coastline in the town of Bonavista, Newfoundland. With a mixture of sun and wind, people in Bonavista prefer to ...
Nesting Atlantic Puffins Bird Island Newfoundland
Cute little Atlantic Puffins, the official bird of Newfoundland, Canada, hang around on the rock ledges of Bird Island where nesting and breeding takes place.
Five Atlantic Puffins chat amongst themselves atop of Bird Island in Newfoundland Labrador, Canada where they spend some of their time nesting and breeding. Atlantic Puffins can be a challenge to photograph as a majority of their time is spent at ...
Sea Caves Dungeon Provincial Park Newfoundland
Amongst the rock formations are two entrances to sea caves in Dungeon Provincial Park, Cape Bonavista in Newfoundland, Canada.
The water flows in and around the sea caves that have been formed by the continuous movement of the sea in Dungeon Provincial Park, Cape Bonavista in Newfoundland, Canada. Many tourists come to view these sea caves while others have ventured into ...
Crows Nest Matthew Legacy Site Newfoundland
A flag flies in the breeze over the crow's nest on the ship Matthew at the Matthew Legacy Site in Bonavista in Newfoundland, Canada.
This crow's nest sits atop the replica ship of the Matthew that was sailed by John Cabot in 1497 where he supposedly landed in either one of two places, Bonavista or St. John's, Newfoundland. At the Matthew Legacy Site in Bonavista, Newfoundland, ...