We recently visited Gros More National Park in our neighbouring province of Newfoundland and Labrador. If you love rugged landscapes you need to add it to your bucket list! While you're there, make sure you take the Western Brook Pond boat tour. It's worth the 3km hike to get to the dock! Here are a…Read more Western Brook Pond, Newfoundland & Labrador
More images from our recent visit to western Cape Breton. Enjoy! All photos on this website are available for purchase as prints. Click the MENU button and select PRINTS for more information.
In July, my wife and I travelled along the northwestern section of Cape Breton to a cabin in the village of Dingwall. There aren't many places on the planet that rival Cape Breton's scenic beauty. Here's a small sample. Enjoy! click any thumbnail to view a full sized image All photos on this website are…Read more Western Cape Breton – Part 1
I've said it before and I'll say it again - photographers love clouds! Take a boring blue sky and add a few clouds and suddenly it's transformed into something much more interesting. Here are a few more images from my cloud chasing adventure last week. Enjoy! Click on any thumbnail to view a full sized…Read more Summer Clouds – Part 2
Photographers love clouds! One of the great things about summer in Nova Scotia is the cloud formations that build over the land. The heat and humidity create massive cloud banks which often lead to showers and occasionally thundershowers. I took a drive west along Hwy 3 and south on 329 a few days ago to…Read more Summer Clouds – Part 1
Grand Pré is a regular stop on any photo trip to the Annapolis Valley. It stands as a monument to the Acadian people who originally settled the land in the 1600's but were subsequently expelled by the British. The beautiful landscaping, the iconic brick church, the statue of Evangeline - all are compelling photographic subjects.…Read more Grand Pré
A couple of weeks ago, I witness an amazing ballet (battle?) in the sky over Grand Pre, Nova Scotia. A bald eagle was being harassed by a redwing blackbird, presumably because he had a nest nearby. At one point the little fellow even plucked a downy feather from the eagle's rump! It's challenging photographing birds…Read more Aerial Ballet