Category Archives: Shelburne County

Nova Scotia fish boat Harvest Moon I

The fishing boat Harvest Moon I

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Nova Scotia fish boat Rosemary & Gail

Low tide for the fishing boat Rosemary & Gail

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A nice seagull

Just a seagull sitting on a rock at Cripple Creek – Shelburne County

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Nova Scotia fish boat Pa’s Dream

The fishing boat Pa’s Dream on the hard

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Clouds in motion

Time-lapse video of clouds shot at The Islands Provincial Park – Shelburne Nova Scotia

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Roseway Beach

Roseway Beach A 180° look around Roseway Beach

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Roseway Beach

Roseway Beach

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Roseway Beach

Roseway Beach

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Fort Saint Louis

Fort Saint Louis was a fort built by the French Empire in 1623 in its colony of Acadia. During the Scottish occupation of Port Royal from 1629 to 1632, this fort was France’s only foothold in Acadia. The British were … Continue reading

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CFS Shelburne

Much of the former CFS Shelburne has been overgrown and vandalized since the station was decommissioned on 1 August 1994.

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