May in historic Annapolis Royal has been nothing short of awesome. We’ve had sun, sun, and more sun, and the spring flowers have loved the temperatures. Welcome to Week 371 (5/31/2018) of Travel Photo Thursday. Enjoy a few of my favourite May photos captured with my iPhone.
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When you’re visiting the town, take the time to wander up and down the streets. We love our gardens here, and I’m sure you’ll love the riot of colour in our front and back yards. I snapped these beauties on my walk this morning. They look like daylilies, but because they’re blooming on a bush I don’t think they are. Okay, so I took a break to enjoy the sun on my balcony, and my condo neighbour who used to live in the house where I took this photo, walked by. She tells me that these are azaleas!
Overnight it seems that Fort Anne is enveloped in an emerald canopy.
The red chairs are waiting to welcome visitors to sit awhile and enjoy the Annapolis Basin views.
Sunset on the basin is always breathtaking.
Another irresistible bloom…
Be curious when you visit historic Annapolis Royal. You never what it’s in store for you down a quaint lane or around the corner.
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This is the 370th edition of Travel Photo Thursday. You can browse the archives here.