The Atlantic Ocean beating against the huge granite rocks that were, 10,000 years ago, pebbles under the glaciers of the last Ice Age. I’ve never been to a place where those three forces of nature have seemed to be so clearly obvious.
Peggy’s Cove, Nova Scotia, Canada, on a beautiful day in September 2006. During many visits over 50 years, I’ve always talked to visitors who are in awe of the landscape and the spectacular ocean scenes. To say nothing of the best seafood anywhere, and the picturesque little fishing village with a permanent population of about 50. At only 30 miles from Halifax, it’s an easy trip no matter how you travel, and so many, like me, keep coming back year after year.
Sony DSCF828 camera.