Back to the beach: Wasson’s Bluff

…It felt as if I had been away for months… and soon I was engrossed in the rich offerings this beach holds…

Evening Walk

…Thank you for tagging along on my evening walk. I hope you enjoy the images and additional information to click on…

Red Rock Beach

…The Red Rocks of Cape Chignecto have a special appeal. I remember the first time I visited this beach I was drawn by the colour, intensified by the deep blue sky overhead…

Looking up… and down

…proof and a vivid reminder to look around and take in all sights. It’s so easy to just focus on one plane and miss something else entirely. Enjoy the sights through my lens…

Nova Scotia Back Roads Adventure…

…There: An opening in the woods to the right! I pulled the car over and we set out on foot. As our feet sank several inches into the cushy moss and with birds chirping overhead we breathed in the scent of the forest and let the quiet wash over us. Some call this “forest bathing.”…

Low Tide Textures and Colours…

…Dry versus wet, the beach at low tide is an endless source of inspiration to me with fresh discoveries at any time…

One Rock Among Many…

…it draws me in, captures my attention fully and provides a way to drown out the world in its troublesome state…

Low Tide at Second Beach

…I made myself walk out onto the tidal flats where the sand was compacted and tidal pools presented their natural beauty…

In and Around Ottawa House Beach

…I decided to cross the marsh to check out the weir where, twice a day at low tide, the fish harvest takes place. I arrived during the rising tide with enough time to navigate the rocky shore and get some great images…

Relaxed Attentiveness

…Witnessing the light changing early in the day sets the mood for what follows. I am grateful for the opportunities of discovery as I try to master “the art of seeing.”…

Thomas Cove Excursion

…Two hours well spent and with a memory card full of images…