Tag Archives: Beach
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
A beautiful spring day at the margins of the sea shows the magic of the intertidal region, where wind, rain and the sea work their magic.
Winter or summer, rain or shine, there’s always something new at the beach. No remorse over the falling of the leaves, no sadness as ice forms on the lake, no flinching as autumn’s chill winds blow all the green away. … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
There’s nothing like the freedom of walking a deserted beach, especially after a storm. You never know what you’ll find, especially if you can get out there before the “professional scavengers” get there on their ATVs. Half the fun is … Continue reading
This massive stone breakwater protects the little fishing harbour of Sandford, just outside Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. Sony A-900 – Sigma 24-70mm – f 2.8 – 70mm – ISO 200 – f16 – 1/200.
The high winds of the last few days have created high seas in the Bay of Fundy. These seas are now crashing on the shore, creating large swathes of surf along the beaches. Here at Port Maitland beach they are … Continue reading
This man-made breakwater and navigation light mark the entrance to tiny Chegoggin Harbour, part of a maze of large and small harbours along the coast of southwest Nova Scotia that support the world’s largest commercial lobster fishery. Sony A-900 – … Continue reading
Wild beach roses grow everywhere in southwest Nova Scotia, in farm fields, along roadsides and of course along the beaches. Usually the hips are beautiful, perfectly round orbs of deep red, but deep into fall, two days before the arrival … Continue reading