Peggy's Cove Waves
The waves crash on the rocks at Peggy's Cove
Confederation Bridge Panorama
Stitched High Resolution Panoramic view of the Confederation Bridge from New Brunswick.
Red Rocky Shore
On the New Brunswick side of the Northumberland Strait, the rocks and sand are just as red as they are on the Island of Prince Edward.
A little skiff waits to go fishing along the banks of Cape Tormentine.
Pillars of Confederation
The pillars that hold the 13 km long Confederation Bridge are impressive.
Confederation Bridge is not exactly straight, though it seems like it from high above. It has at least two curves in it's length.
Gunning Trail Trees
Trees at the westmost point on Cape Jourimain are blown and stripped by winds and high waters.
Wild flowers growing along the north edge of Cape Jourimain looking out towards PEI and the Confederation Bridge
St Peter's Catholic Church on the Island of PEI
Even the barns look picturesqe against the red cliffs and gulf waters.
The Mussel Farms on PEI
Some of the red cliffs of the coastline along PEI's North Shore.
Gulf Side Cliffs
Red cliffs along the PEI North Shore west of Cavandish
My Humble House
A bayside mansion across from Sir Sanford's Tower.
Looking across the cove.
A view of Dartmouth from the towers on Purdy's Lane with the Ferry making the crossing.
The Glenevis Naval Tugboat (YTB 642) - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CFAV_Glenevis_(YTB_642)
Purdy's Lane Towers
The two tall towers on Purdy's Lane along the boardwalk in Halifax. Built entirely on Pillars
The Casino on the Halifax Harbour is built mostly on Pillars in the Harbour
Not THE Bluenose, but a younger, smaller cousin.
Halifax to Dartmouth
THe Halifax Ferry travelling to Dartmouth
One of the Halifax Ferry's between Dartmouth and Halifax
Dusk falls on Halifax