Not every day along the Atlantic Ocean coastline is bright and sunny. Quite often there are wild storms that provide great photo-ops if you don’t mind the wind,rain and probably cold as well. This one was taken from on top of a cliff at Peggy’s Cove, Nova Scotia, Canada, a world-famous fishing village only a short drive from the provincial capital of Halifax.
The coastline was being really battered by waves, and you’ll notice that the folks who own that house at the extreme right may very well love an ocean view, but they also respect the power of storm surges like this one.
Late September 2005
Sony DSCF828 camera