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Spring in Annapolis Royal and in Nova Scotia usually takes a long time to arrive. However, that’s not to say it doesn’t exist. Welcome to week 366 of Travel Photo Thursday. This week I am going to share some of the more spring-like shots I’ve taken over the past 6-8 weeks.
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We had an unusually mild February with a lot of rain and wind and very little snow. This is a shot of the French Basin, which is visible from the French Basin Trail. The trail forms part of the Canada 150 trail, stretching from coast to coast. The ice in the basin was soon history, not to return until next year.
I could hear the faint whisper of spring as the fog shrouded the mountain behind Granville Ferry.
It was a fabulous spring day for the annual Easter egg hunt. Ten thousand eggs are sprinkled around the site, so there’s plenty for all the excited kids. Mr. Rabbit seemed happy, too.
Magnolia buds! There are quite a few magnolia trees dotting the town, and it will be so pretty when they’re bloom. My transition back to Canada from Korea has been fairly painless. However, I must say I miss the early spring flowers Korea is known for. The cherry blossoms should be at their height just about now, or within the next week. Then it will be time for the magnolia. I figure ours will be out late May. Patience!!
Look we do have crocuses. They are peeking out of the front yard gardens all over town.
Our first full moon this spring, and the tides were over-the-top high. For anyone who doesn’t know, we are very close to the Bay of Fundy (highest tides in the world).
Springtime perfection at its finest. The basin shone like glass, the perfect reflector for this wee, puffy clouds.
We welcome people to Nova Scotia year-round. Should you decide on a spring adventure be sure to bring your rubber boots! We do get some fine days, but you just never know. If you’re venturing outside the city, find out what’s happening. You’ll find plenty to do, but our season doesn’t start until mid -June, so some things won’t be open.
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