My sweetie took almost 600 photos during our 12 day honeymoon, so it's going to be a while before he gets through them all and posts the best ones. I thought I would share a few from our first full day in Nova Scotia, during which we visited Peggy's Cove.
A typical small town along the shore south of Halifax.
I couldn't resist the wild blueberries that you could still find in open, rocky places.
The lighthouse at Peggy's Cove (taken from an angle that cleverly hides the hordes of tourists).
Looking back towards Peggy's Cove - you an just barely make out the lighthouse through the fog. We had stopped about 10km down the road from the town, to take pictures of the beautiful tundra-like landscape, and found a trail through the hills. It was so lovely and quiet. We sat on a boulder high above the surf, and just enjoyed the peacefulness for a while.
Monday, October 15, 2007
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Beautiful pictures! What great memories you will have:)
That photo of you in the blueberries is awesome! It looks like a really beautiful place to honeymoon. Congratulations from another knitter who wandered here from your website.
Thanks so much! My hubby does take lovely photos, a skill I demand from him quite often :)
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