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New iceberg information page

Today I added a new page about icebergs to my blog. On this page, called Icebergs in Newfoundland, anyone interested in icebergs can scroll back through years of iceberg seasons to see when icebergs first appeared on the coast and when the last of them melted. I’ve gathered this information for 3 key areas in Newfoundland, going all the […]

Spring visit to Newfoundland

Next month I’m coming over for a visit. 🙂 My mom is visiting me on Prince Edward Island first and after I show her around there, we’ll be taking the ferry from Nova Scotia to Port aux Basques and start a trip along the beautiful west coast of Newfoundland: As you can see I’ve marked […]

Shoe Rock Window

Bell Island is a beautiful place to visit. Lots of scenery, lots of history, and lots of colourful sunsets over Conception Bay. One particularly fine spot to watch the sunset on Bell Island is Shoe Rock, and if you’re one to tempt fate you may even want to watch it from inside the Shoe Rock Window, a shallow and […]

Finding fall colours in Newfoundland

October is here, and that means the hunt for fall colours is on! Photographers from all over the island will be roaming the rock in search of that one picture perfect place where all the colours come together, but where exactly is that? It’s different every year of course, no surprise there, but there are some places that always deliver […]

Memories of a summer vacation

Do you ever wish you could step into a photo? I often do, and I sure wouldn’t mind stepping back into this beautiful vacation in Newfoundland right now: All these shots are from the summer of 2012 🙂

Twillingate and Fogo Island in early April

All of Newfoundland is dear to me, but I have a special place in my heart for Twillingate and Fogo Island. Both are fantastic places to get away from it all, I’ve been there several times in the past few years and I’m already looking forward to my next visit. Since that won’t be for a while yet, let me tell […]

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