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Sorry I haven’t posted in so long… I wasn’t sure what to post and I’ve been busy as well! School is almost done! I can’t believe I’m on my last Web Design course and then I have two elective courses and then that’s it! Yay! As much as I love the program and learning in general, I’m looking forward to a break!
Tonight, as we were driving home from the park, I saw these views…one was from our front door (sunset) and the other from our back door (moon)!
Today, I have a few photos of a scenic area of Grand Manan. These were taken at the Hole In The Wall, a hiking trail that leads to a cliff that looks like a wall with a hole in it! Pretty cool to check out! We’ve gone a few times as its a nice trail. It’s part of a campground, so you must pay the day pass rate of $2/person! Well worth the cost!
Here are a few photos from a beautiful area with a lighthouse, cliffs and an awesome walking trail. I think we’ve only walked the whole trail once! It’s quite long and beautiful. A great place to get some awesome scenic shots!
This time I’m highlighting some photos from Seal Cove, which is a historic fishing village and a highlight of Grand Manan Island! I’ve included some fishing boats that were docked at the pier in Seal Cove as well…
Sunsets are amazing on Grand Manan Island! The best place to catch them is at the Long Eddy Lighthouse, which is found on the northern end of the island. I have so many awesome pics from this area of the island! Here’s three of them:
This week I’m highlighting a small beach on Grand Manan Island called Pettes Cove. It’s a cute little beach with lots of small rocks…I’ve collected quite a few in my time! 🙂
It also has great views of the Ferry, fishing weirs and of course, the Swallowtail Lighthouse!
Here’s a couple of photos…ok, three of them!
Well, keeping with the topic of Grand Manan, today I’m including two photos of the sunrise on Grand Manan. We went for a long weekend visit last September to view some properties and on the day we left, we had to be at the Ferry really early, so I shot some photos while waiting for the family.
It’s such a scenic place to visit!