Five Islands, N.S., abandoned house on the "main drag". These photos are best viewed in Full Screen Mode (upper-left corner of this photo), then use the left <-- or right --> arrow keys on your keyboard to move forward or backward through the photos.
Same house with red door.
Abandoned shed at Five Islands, N.S.
Five Islands N.S., we were supposed to have the filet mignon steaks and hot Italian sausages on one of the five islands, but the winds were high, so we had supper on the beach.
The Old Wife, Five Islands, N.S.
The Old Wife just below, and Moose Island beyond, at Five Islands, N.S.
Petitcodiac River, N.B. - High tide (water will reach to the top of the wharf in the spring on the highest tides.
Petitcodiac River, N.B. - Almost low tide (tide goes even lower, had to leave that day, didn't get a shot of the low tide).
Throwing rocks in the Petitcodiac River mud, N.B. This is not a timed/time-lapse shot, I threw the rock, then took the photo 1 min. or more later. The mud is so thick, it stays like that, the way you see it here, for a long period of time. Neat, eh?
Same rock from another angle.
On the beach at Joggins, N.S.
Tug boats in Halifax harbour.
Halifax harbour, N.S.
Halifax N.S., "doctored" photo.
From the Halifax waterfront again, another "doctored" photo.
Confederation Bridge as seen from Borden, P.E.I.
Pictou N.S. - First time I've seen a window in a chimney well.
Pictou, Nova Scotia, moonlight over the Hector.
All fogged in at Peggy's Cove, N.S.
Peggy's Cove N.S.
Peggy's Cove from another angle.
Peggy's Cove, N.S.
Boats and lighthouse at Parrsboro, N.S.
Looking from Ottawa House in Parrsboro N.S., Cape Blomidon in the background.
Advocate Harbour wharf, N.S. Tides go out and the ocean recedes so far that you can hardly see the water. Six hours later, at high tide, the water will come up to near the top of the wharf.
Same wharf at Advocate Harbour, N.S.
Looking East from Advocate Harbour beach, N.S.
Looking West from Advocate Harbour beach, N.S.
Boardwalk in Sackville Waterfowl Park, N.B.
Rockport, New Brunswick
Rockport, N.B., with the Joggins N.S. cliffs in the background.
Rockport, N.B., cat tail in the foreground, abandoned schoolhouse in the background.
St-Joseph church, N.B.
The Rocks, N.B.
Tidal Bore running up the Petitcodiac River, in Belliveau Village, New Brunswick, Canada
I know, not Maritimes, I just like this one.
Cruising around Cocagne island. (at turtle pace, those trolling motors are not very fast, but they are very silent... makes for a peaceful, relaxing afternoon/evening).
Beach landing on Cocagne island.
The intrepid adventurer.
Dorchester Cape, New Brunswick.
Dorchester cape, looking onto Shepody Bay.
Ospreys in Barachois, just off the highway.Have you ever wondered how clean their nest is?
Wonder no more... as you can see, they DON'T poop in their nest. You wouldn't want to be below.
Old mill at St. George, N.B.
My sister and family at Annfield Manor, in Cape Breton, near North Sydney. For approx. $100.00 per night, it included a breakfast in the morning (see next photo).
Small takeout nearby... just had to take a pic.
At the start of our Cabot Trail run, I noticed this guy sitting atop this tree and stopped to take photos. As I was snapping away at this fella, someone else from the group shouted for me to look atop my head. As you'll see from the next photo, I was setup for a closer look at another Bald Eagle.
This one was sitting right atop me, cooking his fish catch on the electrical wires.
After a while, he decided to start eating his catch. Sushi anyone?
Little bit of warm up before flying... stretch the ol' wings.
Taking off with his leftovers.
In Sackville, N.B., a Blue Heron was fishing in the pond at Mount Allison University.
Panorama of the Hartland bridge, the longest covered bridge in the world.
One of the many lookouts along the Cabot Trail, in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia.
Is this what they call 'Angry Birds'?
And this one would be the 'Confused' bird?