Tag Archives: beach

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The Encroaching Dawn

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Two Red Chairs

It’s our last day in Newfoundland before we head out on the ferry tomorrow to the mainland. We leave Gros Morne behind as a light drizzle falls. The National Parks have put a campaign together involving […]

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Onwards to Cape Breton

With the alarm going off before the sunrise we quickly packed up and headed straight to Peggy’s Cove for one last visit. It was still full dark out when we arrived in town which gave […]

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Family Camping Weekend – Awenda PP

It’s that time of year again – Family & Friends Camping Weekend. Our annual trek to a nearby provincial park to catch up with family and friends as we get silly, take photos, hit the […]

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Night at Presqu’ile Campgrounds

During our annual family and friends camping trip, my friend, Deanna and I were able to get away for an hour to get some fun night shots. Our campsites were in walking distance of the shore […]

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Study in Black and White

Nigel, Paul and I headed down to Fort Erie this morning in the hopes of photographing a lighthouse that is normally closed off to visitors in the winter months. Unfortunately we were one weekend too early to […]

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Rock Troll

Last night we got in later than expected to Blönduós but were able to get in a late night dinner before our host for the evening closed up shop. Our comfy little house, part of […]

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A Visit to Prince Edward

Prince Edward County is a headland found just south of Belleville on the waters of Lake Ontario.  Within this small headland lies three provincial parks: Lake on the Mountain, Sandbanks and North Beach. I decided to […]

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Dawn at Halfway Log Dump

In my previous post I mentioned that I went to watch (and of course photograph) the sunrise at Halfway Log Dump. Getting up about 45 minutes before the sun was to appear on the horizon […]