Maritime Gems

by Benny Law November. 14, 2019 485 views

The Canadian Maritimes are full of pleasant surprises for the traveller who takes the time to do some exploration on their own. This was certainly my experience when I visited New Brunswick and Nova Scotia for a quick tour. Besides the more popular tourist spots that are well advertised, I found a wide variety of hidden gems throughout my trip. I just wish I could spend more time enjoying them and discovering more of them. It's definitely on my list of places to visit again.

In my previous posts, I have already shared some photos from this trip. In this last post of the series, I will share the last set of my favourite photos. They were all taken in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia with my Moto G phone.

Deep yellow seaweed lining the shore like a carpet during low tide at Shelburne.

Deep yellow seaweed lining the shore like a carpet during low tide at Shelburne.

A scenic view of John MacDonalds Cove on Cape Breton Island.

A scenic view of John MacDonalds Cove on Cape Breton Island.

The historic Cox's Warehouse located on the waterfront of Shelburne. Hundreds worked here at this historic shipyard, building ships loaded with Shelburne dories for fishing, as well as schooners such as the Haligonian, sister ship to the famous Bluenose.

The historic Cox's Warehouse located on the waterfront of Shelburne. Hundreds worked here at this historic shipyard, building ships loaded with Shelburne dories for fishing, as well as schooners such as the Haligonian, sister ship to the famous Bluenose.

A late sunny afternoon at the Sydney waterfront boardwalk.

A late sunny afternoon at the Sydney waterfront boardwalk.

Sheet Harbour viewed from a bridge. The heavy overcast creates a different mood that is special in its own way.

Sheet Harbour viewed from a bridge. The heavy overcast creates a different mood that is special in its own way.

A picturesque little pond right by the roadside near Christmas Island.

A picturesque little pond right by the roadside near Christmas Island.

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Gone Fishing Without A Pole 1 year, 5 months ago

Its been many years since I explored your part of the world Benny. I thoroughly enjoyed all of your images

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Benny Law Replied to Gone Fishing Without A Pole 1 year, 5 months ago

Thanks, Buster. Maybe it's time to visit Canada again. Can you fly across the border in a private plane?

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Gone Fishing Without A Pole Replied to Benny Law 1 year, 5 months ago

Yes flying across the border is not difficult. I used to fly into BC when I lived up in Washington State. But its all about finding time... the lack of!

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