Remnants of the Ice Age by George Cousins

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About 10,000 years ago the last Ice Age left it’s dying gasp on the coastline of Nova Scotia, Canada, scouring the landscape and leaving behind the islands, bogs, massive granite boulders and other reminders of the forces that passed by and disappeared. Here on the shore of St. Margaret’s Bay, at the community of Indian Harbour, seabirds forage on the seaweed-covered rocks, and a small offshore island, strewn with boulders, has managed to collect enough soil to nourish a collection of moss, lichens and grass.
The stormy skies of late Fall brood over the Atlantic Ocean.

October 2005
Sony DSCF828 camera

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indian harbour, nova scotia, canada, st margarets bay, atlantic ocean, seabirds, gulls, island, ice age, george cousins

Comments

  • Leslie van de Ligt
    Leslie van de ...over 3 years ago

    George you have effectively painted a picture of times gone by with your words and this photo. Thank you. A Fave. :>)) Leslie

  • Thank you, Leslie, I’m glad you liked it. Thanks too for the fave! I always get nostalgic when I post anything from “down home” :)

    – George Cousins

  • Audrey Clarke
    Audrey Clarkeover 3 years ago

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