Description: Peggy's Cove, Nova Scotia. The middle boat is over 50-years-old; I met the owner with a buddy of mine, John Barclay, who shot these boats eight years ago. The boat owner/fisherman recognized John and remembered him taking pictures of the same boats eight-years ago. Nothing changes in these little lobster fishing coves.

Peggy's Cove, Nova Scotia, Canada ~ A small rural community located on the eastern shore of St. Margarets Bay in Nova Scotia's Halifax Regional Municipality, which is famous for the Peggy's Point Lighthouse.

Display Seaglass in a large Glass Jar {Inspiration Only} Tutorial on How to make your own sea glass can be found here: http://www.homemadegoodness.org/homemade-sea-glass.html

Display Seaglass in a large Glass Jar {Inspiration Only} Make your own sea glass.the original stuff is vanishing.

Cape St. Mary's Ecological Reserve, Avalon Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada

Mary's Ecological Reserve, Avalon Peninsula, Newfoundland, This is truly a fantastic place to visit. The amount of Gannet's nesting is unbelievable

My Heart is on PEI - Sea Glass: I found this Seaglass heart on Souris Beach PEI Canada and its on display in my shop PEI SEAGLASS 100 main street Souris. Everyone wants this beautiful

** Hearts can break. Yes, hearts can break. -- [Stephan King - Hearts in Atlantis

Lighthouse and Old Lobster Traps, North Rustico, PEI by Kenneth Keifer

Lighthouse and Old Lobster Traps, North Rustico, Prince Edward Island (PEI), Canada by Kenneth Keifer

the Battery neighbourhood, which is strung along the cliffs at the entrance to St. Johns Harbour (Signal Hill, St. John's, NFLD, Canada ~ photo by SignalHillHiker)

the Battery neighbourhood, which is strung along the cliffs at the entrance to St. John's, NFLD, Canada ~ photo by SignalHillHiker) June 2015 visit

Cape Spear Lighthouse, Newfoundland

The Lighthouse at Cape Spear National Historic Site, St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada - by gwhiteway

Glassy Beach - King’s Point in Central Newfoundland

Glassy Beach - King’s Point in Central Newfoundland. Glassy Beach is partially composed of hundreds of wave washed pieces of glass

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