Peggy's Cove, Nova Scotia by Amanda White

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Small (10.7" x 8.0")

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Small 10.7" x 8.0"
Medium 16.0" x 12.0"
Large 21.3" x 16.0"
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Peggy’s Cove is 43 kilometres southwest of downtown Halifax and comprises one of the numerous small fishing communities located around the perimeter of the Chebucto Peninsula.

The community is named after the cove of the same name. Peggy is a nickname for Margaret, and the village may have taken its name from St. Margarets Bay upon which it is situated. Local folklore has several alternative origins for the name. Some people claim Peggy was an early settler. Others say she was a young survivor from a shipwreck who remembered nothing of her life before her rescue; not even her name but was given the name Peggy by the family who adopted her.

The village was founded in 1811 when the Province of Nova Scotia issued a land grant of more than 800 acres (3.2 km2) to six families of German descent. The settlers relied on fishing as the mainstay of their economy but also farmed where the soil was fertile. They used surrounding lands to pasture cattle. In the early 1900s the population peaked at about 300. The community supported a schoolhouse, church, general store, lobster cannery and boats of all sizes that were nestled in the Cove.

Many artists and photographers flocked to Peggys Cove. As roads improved, the number of tourists increased. Today the population is smaller but Peggys Cove remains an active fishing village and a favourite tourist destination.


  • RealPainter
    RealPainterabout 6 years ago

    looks like a perfect water color……..great photo……i do love it…….

  • Thank you so much.

    – Amanda White

  • Brian Haslam
    Brian Haslamabout 6 years ago

    I’ll say very nice here, and maybe flickr too.

  • Thanks Brian

    – Amanda White

  • Ken Thomas Photography
    Ken Thomas Pho...about 6 years ago

    Magnificent work!!

  • Thanks Ken!

    – Amanda White

  • PrincessVicki
    PrincessVickiabout 6 years ago

    Brilliant shot Amanda- looks like a painting! x

  • Much appreciated

    – Amanda White

  • Stephen  Van Tuyl
    Stephen Van Tuylalmost 6 years ago

    Excellent composition Amanda!

  • Thanks Steven

    – Amanda White

  • sunsetrainbow
    sunsetrainbowalmost 6 years ago

    Good shot

  • Thank you, it’s one of my absolute favourite places!

    – Amanda White

  • raindancerwoman
    raindancerwomanalmost 6 years ago

    lovely..looks like a wonderful place to spend a day :)

  • Thank you, it certainly is worth a visit.

    – Amanda White

  • jamesmhe
    jamesmheabout 5 years ago


  • Thank you James

    – Amanda White

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