While staying in Lunenburg, we spent a few hours driving along the Atlantic coast.
I’ve never been anywhere as scenic as the Nova Scotia coast, south of Halifax. There’s a photograph waiting to be taken around every corner and most of them have boats in them.
First though, here are two photos that I took on the Halifax waterfront in the mist before we drove south to Lunenburg:
The boats don’t just float on the water here, they seem to float as if suspended in space.
That skipjack was so beautiful, I got one of it all by itself.
So ends our time in the Maritime Provinces. We left the Atlantic shore on Tuesday morning and drove across Nova Scotia, through the Kejimkujik National Park, to the ferry docks at Digby.