Tag Archives: Annapolis County

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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Tribal Screw

This massive propeller, known in maritime circles as a screw, is from a Canadian World War Two Tribal-class destroyer. Two of these huge bronze alloy screws were capable of propelling these ships to over thirty-six knots as they went about … Continue reading

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Bear River Estuary and Bridges

This is one of my favourite views around the Annapolis Basin. Unfortunately it only shows itself from late fall to early spring, when the leaves are off the trees, unblocking the view. Although infinitely superior for daily use, the new … Continue reading

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Historic Gardens – Annapolis Royal

The beautiful Historic Gardens in Annapolis Royal are now officially closed for the season, but they remain unofficially open all winter for anyone who wishes to take a quiet walk on the beautifully groomed trails and take in the quiet … Continue reading

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Sawmill Creek – Moschelle, Annapolis County

Moschelle lays on Sawmill Creek, on the inland side of the Annapolis River, just above Annapolis Royal… a rolling landscape dotted with the valley’s iconic apple orchards. Sony A-900 – Sigma 24-70mm – f 2.8 – 40mm – ISO 200 … Continue reading

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