Back from Canada’s East Coast
As I wrote in my August Newsletter, “There is no doubt in my mind that our East Coast is one of the most under-rated places to visit in Canada.” New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Nova Scotia – three gems.
From a photographer’s perspective, it is a truly dynamic place. Landscapes of fog-shrouded, forested coasts and fishing harbours, details of shingles, windows and brightly-coloured lobster buoys. And, unlike Ontario, the provinces are small enough that everything is relatively close.
The unpredictability of the weather just adds another dimension to each day. Sun – rain fog – more rain – streaming sunshine…
The best part of the East Coast is that it’s “a good reminder of how life doesn’t always need to be frenetic to be well-lived. We could sure use a dose of that here in southern Ontario!”
Below is a sample of images. You’ll find more on my website gallery: http://www.luxborealis.com/gallery/eastcoast/