Nova Scotia Photos
This week let’s enjoy a few favorite Nova Scotia photos from my Instagram feed, taken since my return on August 22nd. Welcome to week 346 (10/05/2017) of Travel Photo Thursday. Internet connections continue to be a challenge for me. I’m in the library attempting to put this post together since the Internet in my apartment decided to go on vacation around 8 am this morning. Do enjoy the photos and don’t forget to check out the other great travel bloggers linking up this week.
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Seventeen Pictou artists painted up a colorful storm during Paint Pictou early in September. It was the perfect day for taking Nova Scotia photos, too!
Nova Scotia Photos
We’ve had some gorgeous sunsets on the harbour during the past month or so.
This is the old Pictou Post Office and since taking this shot I have learned that it is the only building in the world to have a window in its chimney!
A replica of the Ship Hector, which brought the first Scottish immigrants to Nova Scotia in 1773.
If you’re a fan of farmer’s markets, a visit to the New Glasgow Farmer’s Market is well worth it. Loads of fresh produce and talented artisans.
We love our pumpkins and scarecrows in Nova Scotia.
This is without a doubt the favorite among my Nova Scotia photos. Meet my great-niece Livy born on September 14th, 2017.
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