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Canoe Sunset St Mary's River Sherbrooke Nova Scotia

Evening closes in over a somewhat buckled canoe, partially hauled out onto the banks of the St Mary's River in the town of Sherbrooke in Nova Scotia while nature performs above in the form of a beautiful sunset and dramatic cloud formations.

The water of the St Mary's River is calm as sunset lights the horizon and dramatic clouds form over a canoe which has been hauled out onto the banks of the river situated in the town of Sherbrooke, Nova Scotia. Canoe at sunset over the St Mary's ...
White Sand Footprints Crescent Beach Nova Scotia

A long trail of footprints lead away from the water's edge, in the beautiful white sand of Crescent Beach in the town of Lockeport, Nova Scotia.

Ripples and footprints are impressions left along the white sand beach in the town of Lockeport, Nova Scotia. The white sands of Crescent Beach link the small town of Lockeport, which would otherwise be situated on an island, to mainland Nova Scotia ...
Cabot Trail Coastal Scenery Nova Scotia

Looping around the northern end of Cape Breton, the Cabot Trail takes in the beautiful coastal scenery of the Gulf of St Lawrence as well as many small communities and the Cape Breton Highlands National Park of Nova Scotia.

Standing at the Veterans Monument along the Cabot Trail in Nova Scotia, affords one a magnificent view of the scenery and coastal waters of the Gulf of St Lawrence. View of the Cabot Trail from the Veterans Monument towards Cheticamp Island, Cape ...
Tidal Bore Salmon River Truro Nova Scotia

A truly remarkable daily event seen along several rivers that flow into the Bay of Fundy, a tidal bore is a tumbling wave at the leading edge of an incoming tide. This wave is seen along the Salmon River in Truro, Nova Scotia.

A tidal bore is a natural phenomena which takes place every day as the tide changes in the Bay of Fundy. The incoming tide from the Bay of Fundy surges into some of the rivers which spill into it. One such river is the Salmon River in Truro, Nova Scotia ...
Fossil Cliffs Geology Joggins Nova Scotia

The site of many fossil finds are the fossil cliffs of Joggins, a small town in the province of Nova Scotia, Canada. If your interests lie in geology, then this is a must see destination in Nova Scotia.

Turning over rocks at the foot of the fossil cliffs is a great pastime for those with a passion for geology. These fossil cliffs are found in the town of Joggins in Nova Scotia, Canada. Fossil Cliffs in the town of Joggins, Chignecto Bay, Bay of ...
Minas Channel Sunset Bay of Fundy Nova Scotia

An arm of the massive Bay of Fundy in Nova Scotia, the waters of the Minas Channel are illuminated by a sunset which appears to hang on the clouds while the waters lap at the shores below the Cape d'Or Lighthouse.

Sunset over the Minas Channel seen from the Cape d'Or Lighthouse, Cape d'Or, Cape Chignecto, Bay of Fundy, Fundy Shore Ecotour, Glooscap Trail, Highway 209, Minas Channel, Nova Scotia, Canada.
Water Channels Cape Sable Island Nova Scotia

Fringed by lush green grass, the water from a river cuts rounded channels through the landscape at Clark's Harbour on Cape Sable Island, Nova Scotia.

As the fog lifts in the background it reveals a collection of water channels as a river weaves its way towards the ocean at Clark's Harbour on Cape Sable Island in Nova Scotia. Scenic water channels along a river in Clark's Harbour, Cape Sable Island, ...
Reversing Falls Saint John River New Brunswick

An interesting attraction in the city of Saint John, New Brunswick, the Reversing Falls on the Saint John River are a series of rapids which are overrun at high tide and reversed by the extreme tides of the Bay of Fundy.

Reversing Falls along the Saint John River in Saint John, Bay of Fundy, Fundy Coastal Drive, Highway 1, New Brunswick, Canada.
Cape Forchu Lighthouse Nova Scotia

Set against a vivid blue sky, the Cape Forchu Lighthouse guards the entrance to Yarmouth Harbour in Nova Scotia along the lighthouse route.

Cape Forchu Lighthouse, current tower was built in 1962 and previous tower was first lit on January 15, 1840, Yarmouth Harbour, Cape Forchu, Lighthouse Route, Nova Scotia, Canada.
Bay of Fundy Sea Stacks

The famous Flowerpot Rocks are sea stacks situated in Chignecto Bay in the Bay of Fundy, New Brunswick where extreme tides expose the ocean floor allowing visitors a chance to walk amongst the stacks.

Flowerpot Rocks, Hopewell Rocks, Hopewell Cape, Shepody Bay, Chignecto Bay, Bay of Fundy, Albert, Highway 114, Fundy Coastal Drive, New Brunswick, Canada.
Balancing Rock Long Island Nova Scotia

What holds it in place is anyone's guess, but Balancing Rock, situated on Long Island in the Digby Neck and Islands region of Nova Scotia looks like it could topple any day.

Reached along highway 217 on Long Island in Nova Scotia then via a short trail with a steep decent to the coast to a viewing platform, Balancing Rock is a columnar basalt sea stack which sits precariously on its end. Balancing Rock in St Mary's Bay ...
Peggy's Cove Lighthouse Sunset Nova Scotia

Situated on a smooth, rocky point in St Margaret's Bay in Nova Scotia, the Peggy's Cove Lighthouse shines it's guiding light as sunset gives way to dusk. This lighthouse is one of the most photographed lighthouses in the world and the location is stunning

Peggy's Cove Ligthhouse and moon at sunset, Peggy's Cove, St Margarets Bay, Lighthouse Route, Highway 333, Nova Scotia, Canada.
Alternative Energy Windmill Veil Fog

The sun glowing in the foggy evening reveals a windmill in Nova Scotia, Canada.

A foggy evening slightly reveals a windmill at the Pubnico Point Wind Farm. The sun is a backdrop to the outline of the windmill. The windmill looks like a shadow in the foggy evening. The sun glows through the clouds revealing the windmill. Windmill ...
Historic Fortress Of Louisbourg Public Punishment

Louisbourg National Historic Site presents a public punishment of a fisherman for stealing a bottle of wine.

The Louisbourg National Historic Site demonstrates a punishment of a fisherman for stealing a bottle of wine. This public display actors wearing clothing of the time period. A drummer wears a bright red uniform. Next to the drummer, a man reads from ...
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