Tonight I ventured on another short sunset hike, this time on Father Troy’s Trail.

When I arrived at Church Cove I looked down from the cliffs and was promptly greeted by a bald eagle flying below me. At about a 100 metres above sea level Church Cove is certainly not the highest point on the East Coast Trail, but it is an impressive point to peek down from because the ocean is straight down below it:

On top of Church Cove – Father Troy’s Trail

There were few clouds in the evening sky to pick up the fading sunset colours, so I focussed my attention on the young moon setting in the west. In the foreground you can see the nameless radar tower that’s located between Portugal Cove and Bauline:

Young moon setting – Father Troy’s Trail