I have been fortunate to travel extensively around the world, and I’ve lived in four Canadian provinces. I’ve seen the Laurentians, the Great Lakes, Northern Ontario, the Prairies and the Rockies. I’ve visited the frigid high Arctic, scorching deserts and steaming jungles. I’ve seen great canyons and dramatic waterfalls, but nothing, absolutely nothing in my mind, beats a sea vista. I gaze out over the endless blue horizon in awe, always wondering where I would end up if I hopped into a boat and headed off in a straight line. In this case I’d most likely end up in Cuba.
This spectacular image was taken just outside the tiny fishing village of Cape Saint Mary’s, in Clare, Digby County, Nova Scotia.
Sony A-900 – Sigma 17 – 24mm f2.8 – ISO 320 – 70mm – f5.6 – 1/2000.