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These are pictures that I took a few years ago at Peggy's Cove, NS. It's a beautiful little fishing town with little more than a few dozen residents. There is a…

On Canada Day, The Citadel (aka Fort George; originally built circa 1700-1800s but rebuilt many times since) was open to the public. It was orginally built to…

Ok, so we goofed. Big time. We have Hask's sister in town visiting this weekend so we had a fun filled day planned and very little time for shooting. Still, we…

While neither of us originally hails from Halifax, or even Nova Scotia for that matter, we have made it our home over the last couple of years. This beautiful…

Any day is a perfect day to just stop and smell the roses. Sadly we are without roses, but we do have some other blooms that are just as lovely to admire. The…

Today marked a hectic day as we prepped for an influx of guests for the weekend. Due to this we didn't get a chance to collaborate on a theme in our shots,…

Sometimes, the best places to visit can be in your backyard. Two scenic coastal towns located just over an hour from Halifax are Lunenburg and Mahone Bay, but…

There are days when time seems to fly by effortlessly, but other days are marked by constant clock watching. Today was certainly the latter. On the heels of…

I found this among my mother's photos - taken in Nova Scotia in 1930. Not a familiar sight here in Oz :-)

A couple of music related snaps from Halifax back in January. Yep, thats a dj-dijurido ensemble which hit it off at the Buskers Festival
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