026 - The Coast of Nova Scotia
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Updated - March 2015 / with color photos
This newsletter will guide you to Peggy's Cove and many more harbor scenes. Photograph fishing boats anchored in secluded coves, moose wading in French Lake, and sunsets across the Bay of Fundy.
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Where are the best of the small, colorful fishing harbors in Nova Scotia?
This newsletter will guide you to Peggy's Cove as well as many more harbor scenes packed with colorful lobster boats and trawlers anchored in protected coves. At days end when the fleet returns, lobster traps and brightly colored bouys are piled on wharves, nets are hung to dry, and workers are busy cleaning and boxing fish for delivery to market. Visitors will also discover isolated beaches and seascapes free of any trace of man. A map points out the remote beaches, lighthouses, and all the places a photographer must visit on Cape Breton and along the Lighthouse Trail. Photograph fishing boats anchored in secluded coves, moose wading in French Lake, and sunsets across the Bay of Fundy. This issue describes a photo exploration of the Lighthouse Coast, starting in Yarmouth, all the way north to the tip of Cape Breton.