We were up early this morning to make sure we made it over to Dungeon Provincial Park to catch the sunrise. Settling down as the colours started to appear I took some long exposures to capture the beauty before the sun rose.
Once the sun made its appearance we started to explore the area a little more. From what I could tell it seems that Dungeon Provincial Park was named because of a sea cave. This cave has since lost its top and its two entrances look like eyes.
Very eerie looking with the sun lighting up these eyes.
We headed back to the hotel to grab some breakfast before packing up the car to head back to the west side of the island. Deciding to take the costal road we came across three foxes by the side of the road. As soon as I slowed the car down a fox approached the car in the hopes of a handout.
We were responsible travellers and didn’t give out any food as this can be a dangerous situation for the foxes when they associate cars with food. We did however get out of the car to catch some photographs of these beautiful creatures. It wasn’t too long before the foxes went from curious to bored. We didn’t take it personally and got back into the car to head to our next hotel for the night.