Sable Island, 300 km south-east of Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, is renowned for its wild horses and often referred to as the Graveyard of the Atlantic. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sable_Island

Sable Island, 300 km south-east of Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, is renowned for its wild horses and often referred to as the Graveyard of the Atlantic.

Sable Island West Lighthouse, Sable Island (the graveyard of the Atlantic) off the coast of Nova Scotia, Canada

Sable Island West Lighthouse, Sable Island (the graveyard of the Atlantic) off the coast of Nova Scotia, Canada

Sable Island, Nova Scotia

abundant and ever moving sand has reclaimed many of what humans built on Sable Island over decades, leaving only a few that are government research centers. It's a harsh, yet, so beautiful a place.

RMR: Rick Visits Sable Island

Sable Island: Canada’s newest national park is full of shipwrecks and wild horses

Sable Island - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Sable Island is a small Canadian island situated 300 km southeast of Halifax, and about 175 km southeast of the closest point of mainland Nova Scotia in the Atlantic Ocean.

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