Foggy days in Nova Scotia

You may know that foggy days in Nova Scotia are quite common. But if you haven’t, visited the Atlantic coast of Canada, you may some day.. Don’t worry! – The fog is quite nice and the pictures of fog quite interesting, and it doesn’t happen every day. Fall and spring for instance, are the …

Red barn Ontario

During our travels in Canada, I photographed some of the Ontario barns among other subjects. I find that these type of buildings make a nice esthetic addition to a country landscape. From a photographer’s point of view for instance, barns create an appealing focal point on a rather monotone field. When they are colored …

Halloween Party at the Pub in Ottawa

First time I participated in a Halloween Party at a Pub was in 2012 In Ottawa, Canada. It’s amazing that it took me so long to write about this event. This photo below got the Grand Prize Photo Winner at “City of Ottawa Canada Picture it Downtown Campaign” in 2012! 🙂 Here is the …

Halloween witch in Newfoundland, Canada

Nevertheless, Halloween witches are very scary, day or night. I had the chance to witness this with some shots I took in Newfoundland, Canada. They appear in many places in towns and villages, where you least expect them. But if and when they find a good environment, they can become dangerous. Witches generally wear …

Dreamy like looking winter country scene in Ontario, Canada

Well, when in snows in Canada, it pours… Just to paraphrase the well known saying about rain 🙂 I took these two photos below while driving in a snow squall in Ontario. I should better say: while my husband was driving and I was shooting through the windshield from the passenger seat.. However, contrary …

Kakabeka Falls, Ontario, Canada

My husband and I first heard about Kakabeka Falls when visiting Thunder Bay, Ontario. It happened to be my birthday, so it was the time for something exciting too see. It really was, and we didn’t regret our trip 🙂 – A great way to spend a special day!. You can walk over the …

Atlantic Canada Doors and Doorways

Newfoundland Interesting Doors and Doorways I’ve always been attracted to doors and windows, and have wondered what’s behind them. When I have the opportunity, I like to photograph them open, so I can discover a little of their secrets… I had a post on doors in St. John’s Newfoundland Canada, but those were city doors. …

St. Mary Cathedral, Briar Island, Acadian Trail Yarmouth - The largest wooden church in N. America

Inside St. Mary Church, Nova Scotia We visited St. Mary church (Église Sainte-Marie) on Yarmouth & Acadian Shores of Nova Scotia a few years ago when we drove to the Maritimes Canada. It is a French wooden church in a French community of St. Mary’s Bay area, Southwest Nova Scotia, in a French Breton …

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