In the Bruce Peninsula, Georgian Bay (Ontario, Canada) only for a few days, I didn’t have much choice as for sunset/sunrise, perfect weather and light. I had to do with what I had. At least it wasn’t raining. Taken on the 6th of June 2010, it was an extremely windy day, these waves made me feel like I was on the East Coast.
One of many protected areas along the Bruce Peninsula, Little Cove is distinguished by an exceptionally rugged Lake Huron shoreline. Natural features include barrens, scrub cliffs, palisade woodlands, and karst pavements. Karst pavements are limestone surfaces with potholes and twists caused by natural, acidic erosion.
This park is part of the Niagara Escarpment Parks System, and the Niagara Escarpment Biosphere Reserve. It is located within the boundaries of the Bruce Pennisula National Park. There are overhangs, high rocky cliffs, sea caves, dolomite shores, and cobble beaches. (Sources: Parks Canada)