And why not? It is lovely here. If you missed the first one, be sure to go back a post.
A Wooden Loyalist at Shelburne, Nova Scotia
Lovely photos Niamh. I can see you’re having LOADS of fun : )
Thanks Ailbhe! Indeed I am :) Have to come back in the summer some time!
I take it you liked my home town of Shelburne! Great pics!!!
Loved it, Pam. Ate at Charlotte Lane, it was super. Will post soon.
Yiou have a unique eye for what defines the area. Did you visit Peggy’s Cove area? I would love to see what caught your eye here.
Hi Anne, not this time but next time for sure! Not enough time at all this trip.
I’d like that wooden loyalist outside my front door. Much more interesting than a boring old gnome! gorgeous photos x
The weather was certainly grey, but also a great back drop for your atmospheric photos. Bright and sunny would’ve been boring :)
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