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Nova Scotia Sunset Photos
Who doesn’t like a sunset (or a sunrise), and today we’re sharing five gorgeous Nova Scotia sunset photos. Welcome to week 350 (2017-11-16) of Travel Photo Thursday. Enjoy the sunsets and take a second to leave a comment to let us know which shot is your favourite.
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Pictou Harbour Sunset
During my temporary stay in Pictou, I was treated to some lovely sunsets on the harbour front. I liked the fact that the sailboat was always there. I think it added a nice balance to both photos.
Fort Anne National Historic Site
This sunset over the Annapolis Basin was taken from Fort Anne. This area has been fortified since 1629 and is one of Canada first designated National Historic Sites. Fort Anne closes for the season at the end of September, but like the Historic Gardens, you can still walk the grounds. I had to do a sprint down St. George St. to get this shot before the sun faded into the black of the night 🙂
This is Sieur de Mon’s Monument, who was a Governor of Nova Scotia between 1603 and 1607 when it was known as Acadie.
LaHave River Ferry
These two shots were taken from the LaHave Ferry when I was crossing from the town of LaHave to East LaHave. This is a cable ferry and if you have never been on one don’t miss the experience if you’re in the area. There has been a ferry on this route since the 1800s. Check here for more information.
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