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Fishing Ropes of Nova Scotia poster

Fishing Ropes of Nova Scotia poster

Fishing Ropes of Nova Scotia This is a decorative collage poster with various close-up photographs of colorful ropes used in the industrial fishing of Atlantic Canada I took all these photos in Peggys’s Cove, Nova Scotia because of the beautiful patterns they create when they are rolled and tide together. I like marine ropes in

Ottawa Architectural Patterns

Ottawa architectural patterns

Ottawa architectural patterns – some representative images from my multiple photos I took in Ottawa, Canada, representing patterns, intersecting lines, rows and geometry in the architecture of the beautiful capital of Canada Window reflections and architectural patterns, downtown Ottawa Glass and Still lines and patterns of a modern office building on Spark street, Ottawa While

Tail the Golden Retriever

Golden Retriever everging from water

Tail is a pedigree Golden Retriever and he likes to fetch Fetching comes to these dogs naturally, since they are hunters, especially for game birds. They are also very friendly and playful, and happily jump into the water to retrieve that stick you throw. It’s a great way to spend some hours outside in the

Mother best mentor

Wild duck mother in a pond

Mother best mentor – Tribute to Mom on Mother’s Day There’s no secret that a mother is the core of the family and best mentor ever – we all know this and are grateful to what she taught us from the first day we came into this world. On this Mother’s Day I’d like to

Dolores Ann, the Old Fair Lady

Dolores Ann an old Fishing boat in Nova Scotia, Canada

Dolores Ann, the Old Fair Lady Dolores Ann is an old weathered fishing boat in Nova Scotia, Canada. Wrinkled, with many layers of paint applied over the years, she is majestically mirroring in the still water of the bay at Cape Sable Island. Time is still on her side… Quietly but proudly, this old fair

Photo: St. Mary Church, Nova Scotia – The largest wooden church in N. America

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

Inside St. Mary Church, Nova Scotia – the largest wooden church in N. America 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,

Low Tide at Peggy’s Cove

Low tide at Peggy's Cove

The low tide at Peggy’s Cove offers a unique approach to this rural heritage place of Nova Scotia, with colors and textures you cannot see otherwise.The fisherman’s shacks and golden seaweed reflected in the Atlantic Ocean water are things you can only find in the Maritimes, Canada. This photo can be seen in my Canada and Nova

Peggy’s Cove Lighthouse – One of the top attractions in Nova Scotia, Canada

Peggy's Cove Lighthouse

Peggy’s Cove Lighthouse is almost a symbol of Nova Scotia. Situated in the historic fisherman’s village with the same name, it’s one of the most photographed landmark in the Maritime Canada. Peggy’s Cove Lighthouse photos Wandering on the rocky Atlantic shore of the village, it got quite late, but I wanted to take this sunset shot. Unfortunately,