Category Archives: Photography

Skimming the Sea

A warm summer day, and we didn’t want to spend all of it indoors, so we walked along Conrad’s Beach about 10 minutes from our home. Alas, my camera’s batteries died after just a few photos. I really want to do this. Especially in such shallow waters. Other photo essays: Beachcombing || Winter || February […]

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Beachcombing in Nova Scotia

The boardwalk protects the nests of the protected piping plover It was early evening, and overcast, so we had the beach to ourselves until we met a woman from the endocrinology clinic. Nova Scotia is such a small place! Another beach sits right around this bend We found this beach, quite by accident, on NY’s […]

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On the Ferry to Halifax

On a lovely spring day. And Theodore Tugboat, too!

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Nova Scotia in February

We wanted to breathe in some negative ions. The day was cold, and golden, and beautiful.

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Sunday Morning Visitor

When we moved to Lunenburg, Kristina and I unexpectedly became bird watchers. We couldn’t help ourselves. We would travel the byways on weekend, sniffing the coast, exploring the nooks and crannies of the Atlantic. With more than 8,000 kilometers of undulating shoreline, we never fell short of places to see. At first, we didn’t notice […]

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Winter in Nova Scotia

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If You Ever Wonder

why I love Nova Scotia, the following 6,000 words should answer the question.

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