I found this scene along a country road on Prince Edward Island, located to the west of Nova Scotia’s Cape Bretton Island and northeast of New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island is Canada’s smallest province. Photographers looking for new images will discover many lighthouses, working lobster harbors, red sand beaches, and fascinating historic villages.
All of the island’s railroad tracks have been replaced with hiking and biking trails. You’ll find wildflowers scattered everywhere in the spring. Your favorite autumn colors paint the forests in early October. A new toll bridge, called the Confederation Bridge, is a faster way to reach the island. One of the old ferries are still in operation. My newsletter issue #131 - Prince Edward Island, Canada has the information you’ll need to plan your trip to PEI.
Notes and images from Bob Hitchman.