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Otter slide in Small Point Cove

It’s always nice to see otters when you’re out on the coast, especially when they’re being playful. Here’s a scene I came upon five years ago when I was hiking the East Coast Trail above Spout Cove, one of the many scenic places on Stiles Cove Path: The otter itself was nowhere to be seen, but it was easy to see […]

East Coast Trail Guide, Version 1.4

This winter I’ve been putting a lot of work into the next big update of the East Coast Trail Guide, my book about Newfoundland’s amazing East Coast Trail. Today I’m very pleased to announce the update is ready and available on iBooks, well in time for the new hiking season! This update brings several major improvements to […]

Dawn on Witless Bay

Six years ago today I went out to see Venus and the crescent moon rise together over Witless Bay. At -17 °C it was a cold morning but with little to no wind it was still quite pleasant, and very peaceful. The reason for picking this location for shooting the moonrise was Gull Island, one of the islands in the Witless Bay Ecological Reserve, that I […]

Blizzard at Torbay Point

This week there’s no need to imagine what it feels like to be inside a blizzard, but just in case you’ve never experienced one, here’s a blizzard picture I took on Torbay Point a few years ago: Now just imagine the wind howling around you like a freight train, and you’ve got a pretty good idea […]

Moonlit icefall

While pitch black nights are usually best for night photography, sometimes a bright moon is just what you need to illuminate the scenery in front of you: I took this photo 7 years ago today on a very cold night which had turned a familiar waterfall into an unfamiliar icefall. With the town lights lighting up the incoming fog, it was quite a […]

Sun and snow on Stiles Cove Path

When the sun comes out in winter there is no way you can keep me inside. Outside is where I want to be: with a broad smile on my face I’ll take in the glorious winter scenery from any viewpoint along the coast, happily walking through miles of deep snow just to get there. Here are some photos from a beautiful […]

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