Canada’s much-admired diversity isn’t just about people, cultures, and languages. It’s also about the spectacular scenery across the world’s second-largest nation. From coves to cathedrals to cliffs, here are some of our favorite vistas.
Cape Bear, Prince Edward Island - Anne McKinnell Photography
Nothing says “PEI” more than rugged sandstone cliffs and red sand beaches. They have lighthouses too, but honestly they are tiny compared to those you find on the west coast. This one is located at Cape Bear on the south eastern coast of PEI where it has aided mariners since 1881 (the red sand beach […]
Ingonish Beach, Nova Scotia - Anne McKinnell Photography
Ingonish Beach in the Cape Breton Highlands is covered with the most beautiful round pink stones. We had lunch at a beachside grill and spent hours searching for our favourite stone to bring home as a souvenir. It had to be not too big – just big enough to fit in the palm of my […]
This was taken at Peggy's Cove, south of Halifax in Nova Scotia. A very small port near the famous lighthouse. The ropes caught my eye, and the shot just came together. I really like this shot, but I now see that there are a lot of items in the picture. This was part of a 4 town Sunday tour south of Halifax, so we didn't spend a lot of time here, and there was not a lot of time to spend on each picture. If I ever return with more time, I could probably make 3 or 4 interesting shots from…
Cape Breton Highlands National Park's hiking trails range from easy strolls to challenging climbs with panoramic views of canyons, highlands and seacoasts. The trails provide a chance to intimately explore the complex habitat of northern Cape Breton Island. Nature doesn't end at the park's boundaries. Many surrounding areas boast equally breathtaking trails.