The best word to describe  Newfoundland Canada is "unique". Nestled into the northeast corner of North America is Canada's most easterly province. Unusual geography, untamed wilderness, fjords, whale watching,          quaint villages & rugged coastlines are just a few of the reasons travelers say  "prepare to be lost & found" in Newfoundland.

The best word to describe Newfoundland Canada is “unique”. Nestled into the northeast corner of North America is Canada’s most easterly province.

Cape Bonavista Light is a lighthouse located on Cape Bonavista, Newfoundland. Cape Bonavista Lighthouse, which operated from 1843 until 1962, is now a provincial museum. It was built between 1841 and 1843 to mark the entrances to Bonavista and Trinity Bays and to aid mariners headed for Labrador. It is the fourth oldest lighthouse in Newfoundland.

Cape Bonavista Light is a lighthouse located on Cape Bonavista, Newfoundland. Cape Bonavista Lighthouse, which operated from 1843 until is now a provincial museum. It was built between 1841 and 1843 to mark the entrances to Bonavista and Trinity Bay

Twillingate, Newfoundland

Twillingate, Newfoundland, Canada by Don Loveridge ** Photographing icebergs is definitely on my bucket list.

Tall waterfall at Deadman Cove in La Hune fiord Newfoundland Photograph by Bryan Allen - Tall waterfall at Deadman Cove in La Hune fiord Newfoundland

A tall thin waterfall in Deadman's Cove in La Hune Fiord on the south coast of Newfoundland. We were there for 2 days and never did see the top of the waterfall due to the endless fog.

Seastack on Spout Hike, East Coast Trail, Newfoundland.

Seastack on Spout Hike East Coast Trail Newfoundland. Relax with these backyard landscaping ideas and landscape design. more with this remixed with that can you.

"Jelly Bean Row"  in St. Johns, Newfoundland

Picture of Charming houses downtown St John's (aka Jelly Bean Row) St John's Harbour St John's Bay

Stock of an Iceberg Pic in iceberg alley off the coast of Newfoundland by Rolf Hicker

Stock of an Iceberg Pic in iceberg alley off the coast of Newfoundland, CANADA. by Rolf Hicker

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