Doors in St. John's Newfoundland

The doors in St. Johns Newfoundland, Canada are very colorful. The reason for this is quite obvious to me. Located in Atlantic, Canada, Newfoundland has many months of cold, weather and gray days. Nevertheless locals are trying to brighten their environment with bright, warm colors to keep their spirit high. Red is a favorite color, …

Fog over West Dover Nova Scotia

Fog over West Dover Nova Scotia West Dover is a small quiet fishing village on Prospect Bay on the Atlantic ocean in Nova Scotia. It is actually in Peggy’s Cove area in between the famous heritage village and Halifax. This is a very good place if you want to relax and stay cool in the …

Osoyoos Welcome sign

Welcome to Osoyoos Canada, the warmest place in the country! Today we are here, and although the nature is sill gray, it is a nice place. The colors of the valley, lake and mountains look fantastic 😀 I thought to photograph both: the welcoming sign to this touristic town of British Columbia and the information …

Most people know about Ottawa the Capital of Canada. It is not the largest city in the country, but in my opinion is the nicest. My husband and lived there for six years, so I got a gazillion photos of it. * Click on them for a larger view! The image above for instance, is …

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 best …

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 to …

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 bridge …