A beautiful evening along the coastal shores below the Twillingate Long Point Lighthouse in Newfoundland, Canada provides visitors with the amazing sunset scenery. Clouds break apart across the sky tinged with a pink hue as the horizon glows in yellow before the sun disappears for another day.
The water is like a sheet of glass allowing the sunset lighting to reflect across to the coastal shores at Twillingate. The cliffs along this coastal area rise to about 300 feet where the Twillingate Long Point Lighthouse watches over the Atlantic Ocean as well as providing some incredible scenery.
While traveling to Newfoundland, Canada, visitors should ensure they stop at Twillingate for the scenery, sunsets and wildlife which travel these waters.... continue below the picture...
Coastal scenery seen from just below the Twillingate Long Point Lighthouse, Twillingate, Road to the Isles, Highway 340, North Twillingate Island, Notre Dame Bay, Newfoundland, Newfoundland Labrador, Canada.