Monthly Archives: August 2012

Rocking out in Green Cove

I meant to post these a few days ago. My last stop at Cape Breton National Park was Green Cove on the rocky Atlantic shore of the island. This is a shot of clouds reflecting in a tidal pool on a dramatic rocky outcrop jutting into the Atlantic. An overview of the outcrop is below. […]

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Friendly Canadians

I’m back in the USA after visiting some of the natural wonders of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick – a grand tour from one Tim Horton’s to the next. The Canadians were so friendly, a large group of the locals turned out to bid me farewell in front of this house on Cape Breton Island. […]

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Low tide at Hopewell Rocks

Actually the tide had been coming in for almost 2 hours when I shot this.  I would have been 15 to 20 feet under water at high tide. Look at the rocks and you can see the high tide water level. Hopewell Rocks, on the Bay of Fundy are a spectacular natural wonder that most […]

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Fundy fireworks

I don’t even know where to start in describing this image. I’m headed back to the US from Nova Scotia and am spending the night in Alma, New Brunswick, on the Bay of Fundy, which is famous for its lobsters, scallops, and the world’s greatest variation in tides. The difference between high tide and low […]

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Postcard from Cape Breton

This view from the end of the Skyline Trail in Cape Breton Highlands National Park gives you some idea of what the drive along the Cabot Trail is like. It was about a 2 1/2 mile hike from the road to get to this spot overlooking the Gulf of Saint Lawrence at the northern tip […]

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If you can’t see the fish and lobsters, it’s because I ate ‘em

Seemed like it took forever to get here, but I made it to the northern tip of Nova Scotia and Cape Breton Highlands National Park. Will be shooting in Nova Scotia for the next few days, so more should be on the way. This rocky sunset is an HDR composite of 7 bracketed exposures. This […]

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There’s something different about Delta Rae

I shoot and know a lot of bands from the south, but there is something different about Durham, NC’s Delta Rae. Can’t quite put my finger on what it is. Well, they are tight as can be. So are most of the bands I like. They have some great songwriters. Some of my best friends […]

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