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Foggy Day Walk

  Weeks of rain, wind and fog may not be good for the garden, but for the photographer it spells opportunity. Sony A-900 – Sigma 17-24mm 2.8 – 17mm – ISO 200 – f6.7 – 1/1,500 Advertisements

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Fall Colours – Bear River

Bear River, Annapolis County, Nova Scotia is also known as the village built on stilts. This picturesque tidal village, nestled deep in the valley formed by the Bear River was once a thriving community, active in ship-building and timber shipping. … Continue reading

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Frost Park – August 2012

Frost Park is located adjacent to the Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, Town Hall, and contains the earliest burial ground in the town. Today it provides a shady, cool, respite for anyone wishing to relax and ponder life’s intricacies. This large, cast … Continue reading

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Lobster Cars – Meteghan Harbour

Meteghan is the principal harbour on Saint Mary’s Bay, in the Acadian French-speaking French Shore of Nova Scotia. Although many species of sea creatures are caught, the American Lobster is king here! These floating shacks, called lobster cars, have large … Continue reading

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Ste Anne du Ruisseau Catholic Church

Built in just six months, after the previous church was destroyed by fire, this fine example of Romanesque design has been serving its parishioners , in the village of Ste Anne du Ruisseau, Municipality of Argyle, Nova Scotia since 1900. The … Continue reading

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Abandoned School – Belliveau’s Cove

This old, abandoned school, right on the cold, exposed shore of Saint Mary’s Bay, with its unpainted, weathered shingles, broken windows and unkempt yard begs so many questions. Who went to school here, who taught here and how were their … Continue reading

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