Low Tide at Peggy’s Cove – Click on the photos for a larger view:
The low tide at Peggy’s Cove offers a unique approach to this rural heritage place of Nova Scotia,. Here you can see some colors and textures not available in other places. Just look at the fisherman’s shacks and golden seaweed reflected in the Atlantic Ocean! Well, these are things you can only find in the Maritime, Canada.
The small coves on the rocky shore offer stunning unique views too, full of contrasts and beauty.
At low tide, you can notice the high pillars covered with seaweed and shells – It’s time for the seagulls to have some snacks
… And the golden seaweed is so amazing, almost like from another planet.
I’m not sure how many times a day the low tide happens, but when at dusk it looks different…
Peggy’s Cove is one of my favorite travel destinations in Nova Scotia – No wonder my husband and I lived in the Peggy’s Cove area for 3 years, and came back for another whole summer
This poster I created shows various pictures of the village, including the famous lighthouse. Click on it for all the options:
For the fun of challenges I posted to: