Ive seen dozens of sunsets at Peggy’s Cove, Nova Scotia, but seldom one that had that “pastel” look, more like a painting than a photo (at least to my eye..!)The Atlantic Ocean was unusually calm this evening.The sun had gone down and the lingering afterglow produced a lovely range of colours.
Peggy’s Cove is a tiny fishing village about 30 miles south of Halifax, Nova Scotia,permanent population about 50, tourist population many thousands. The lighthouse is one of the most photographed spots in Canada. For me it’s been a 50-year love affair with the village and the coastline around it. Easy to reach by road from Halifax, it has innumerable photogenic spots, or just for hiking, shopping for crafts and artifacts of all kinds, and fabulous seafood.
Taken Oct. 3, 2006, Sony DSCF828 camera.