Chebucto Head is a rocky point of land at the entrance to Halifax Harbour. Countless vessels sail past this landmark every year including container ships, cruise ships, navy ships and even tall ships like Nova Scotia’s famous Bluenose II. I was fortunate to be there on a windy day in March 2017 to witness an unforgettable display of clouds by Mother Nature. Enjoy!
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4 thoughts on “Dramatic Sky at Chebucto Head”
Wonderful photos – thanks for sharing
Thanks Carol. I’m glad you liked them.
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You are most welcome 🙂