I never get tired of taking photographs at Peggy’s Cove. No matter how often I go, it always looks different. I’ve been there on warm summer days and bitterly cold winter evenings. I’ve never been there for sunrise, though, until a couple of weeks ago. My friends and I stopped at Peggy’s Cove for a sunrise photo shoot, then we returned later in the afternoon to capture the setting sun. Here is a selection of photos from our trip.
Sunrise due east of the lighthouse
Soft morning light has a pink tinge
The famous lighthouse bathed in early morning sun
Autumn colours are deeper in the morning light
Afternoon in the cove
Fisherman’s storage building
Calm waters make for great reflections
Lobster fishermen return with their catch
Low tide gives a different perspective from the shoreline
The darkening sky makes this home look a little creepy
Soft evening light bathes the rocks near the lighthouse
© Hugh Chisholm
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