The water edges away from the rocky coastline at Sandwich Bay in the town of Cartwright in Southern Labrador, Canada, baring the large boulders which scatter themselves along the shore. At low tide, in the shallow waters, the brown and gold hues coloring the bottom of Sandwich Bay come to light where visitors can explore the tidal pools for sea creatures.
Cartwright is situated about 150 miles east of Happy-Valley-Goose Bay in Southern Labrador, Canada at the mouth of Sandwich Bay. Approximately 600 people reside in this town where they can explore this rocky coastline on a daily basis or simply enjoy its beauty.
Rocky coastline in the town of Cartwright, Sandwich Bay, Southern Labrador, Labrador, Newfoundland Labrador, Canada.