Americans have much to be thankful for this year. A good turkey beats a lame duck any day. This one was flirting with me at Fort Louisbourg, Nova Scotia, Canada. She was very happy with me until I shot her 20 times (with the camera). AdvertisementsRead more "Turkey day in America"
This happened about two weeks ago, September 10th to be exact, but I just got around to creating the event on my web site. Always fun to see a ship that you have been on go through the locks. The animation is here!Read more "Silversea’s PRINCE ALBERT II transits the Panama Canal"
Image at left: Anchored off Norris Point, in Gros Morne National Park on the northwest coast of Newfoundland, +49° 30′ 36.70″N, -57° 53′ 11.19″W, we are greeted by amazing light of the morning sun. A lone Zodiac driver waits for his call to duty on the side of the ship. Meanwhile, he/she was the perfect […]Read more "The Canadian Maritimes"
We left Nova Scotia last evening after a wonderful day in the port town of Lunenburg. Today was in the Bay of Fundy whale watching and I don’t think we could have seen more of them. There were more than a dozen breaching. We were just southwest of the Brier Island Lighthouse (right image) and […]Read more "Nova Scotia to America"
Commentary on blogging: It is best done when traveling alone. That said, I’ll do a paragraph to get from St. John’s Newfoundland to Halifax, Nova Scotia where we will arrive in about 10 hours. Ramea Islands were rainy, foggy and interesting, but not very special insofar as photography of my interests. Gros Morne was wonderful, […]Read more "St. John’s to Halifax"
Aboard the Prince Albert II, leaving the Ramea Islands off the southern coast of Newfoundland. My first update since arriving in St. John’s, Newfoundland. Upon arriving at the St. John’s airport non-stop from Newark, New Jersey on Friday night we have had a lovely welcome to this maritime province. Terry Adey who lives and works […]Read more "St. John’s to Ramea Islands, Newfoundland"