On this serene evening over Petit Passage in the Bay of Fundy, Nova Scotia in Canada, the sunset sky is made up of mostly pink hues with a blend of yellow and orange. On the rugged coastline below the sunset sky, the Boar's Head Lighthouse standing on a cliff on Long Island becomes illuminated to keep the waters safe for the passing vessels.
A few small ripples span across the surface of the water barely making a sound as they meet the coastal shores. The Boar's Head Lighthouse was built in 1864 standing 33 feet high with a light which can be seen for 12 nautical miles and flashes every 12 seconds.
While driving along the Digby Neck and Islands Scenic Drive in Nova Scotia, Canada, be sure to stop and see the picturesque sunset scenery where the Boar's Head Lighthouse sits. ... continue below the picture...
... Long Island spans a total distance of 15 kilometers from one end to the other and 5 kilometers across allowing visitors to explore the whole island in one day.
Sunset over Boar's Head Ligthhouse on Long Island, seen from across Petite Passage between Digby Neck and Long Island, Bay of Fundy, Digby Neck and Islands Scenic Drive, Highway 217, Nova Scotia, Canada.