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A happy winter moment along the Nova Scotia shore of the Bay of Fundy
The sounds of nature can give us some pretty important clues, especially when the sounds come from the cliffs above the Bay of Fundy. Dripping and flowing water, a nice sound, and rather interesting to watch – but also a … Continue reading
This man made frozen waterfall was on of the first things that I saw when I went down to one of my favorite beaches on the Bay of Fundy for a poke about on a beautiful winter day. It’s just … Continue reading
A coating of ice, formed by fog rolling in from the Bay of Fundy
If I could paint or sketch I would like to capture the diversity and complexity of nature, especially the things that we overlook or take for granted. Ice, mud, and a bit of grass – there’s a simplicity that belies … Continue reading
At the top of a cliff towering over the shoreline, freezing rain and spray from the Bay of Fundy coated trees and bushes with ice in a multitude of patterns.
Cliffs on the shore of the Bay of Fundy The ice stalactites were amazing, as were the caves that have been carved by the pounding of the relentless ocean waves.
Ice formations on the shore and cliffs near Victoria Harbour on the Nova Scotia side of the Bay of Fundy
Cornwallis River – Port Williams It was a cold winter day and I was happily sitting in a toasty warm brew pub on the north bank of the Cornwallis River. A very good local beer, and a great view of … Continue reading