Sorry it's taken so long to post, but we just got back from a much needed vacation in
We had a fabulous time and I want to thank all the friends and family that we stayed with, saw countryside with, played cards, and fed us (we're now on a diets again - I was addicted to partredge berries!!).
This next pic is of a whole bunch of stages. They are all painted red. Ask me if I know why....perhaps because they are so nice to look at!
I just loved the reflection of the stage and the timbers in the water of this one.
An old prop, on a rusty sea-faring vessel at dusk.
Lobster pots (I have a few pics of them!).
This pic was taken on an island called Fogo. We got to it by Ferry and Mo got to steer it - it was so cool. This island was incredible! The landscape was barren but had these amazing fishing villages on them. Some of the names of the villages were neat too - Joe Batt's Arm (my fave :)), Tilting, Seldom, Little Seldom, Barr'd Island! The accent was cool too - a mix of Irish and something else - the NFLD accent at it's best!
Maureen's aunt's house - I loved this shot. I went back 3 times to shoot this one. Thanks Auntie Kay for letting us stay and taking care of us - we love you!!
This was from our trip down to the ocean itself. I dipped my feet in the Atlantic ocean for the first time ever! We tried a few boring poses, but it wasn't working for me, so we added a little pizzazz and this is one of the best ones. Girl's got hops!
This is probably one of the most spectacular vista's I have ever come across. We were in Bonavista and driving over a hill to see another site when we came across these horses grazing just feet from the ocean, near cliffs with a 100 foot drop! The sun was just beginning to set and the light was perfect, so I had to stop. I still can't believe it...
A proud fisherman and his catch!
The gorgeous lighthouse in Bonavista. Something I'll never forget.
The cliffs approaching the cape at Bonavista. This is just a day after Hurricane Florence...like she'd never been there.
Sunset in Bonavista harbour. If you look close you can see a gull zooming by.
An abandoned vessel. They littter the coast.
Just loved the colour of this one :)
Can't get enough of those beautiful reflections. Something so serene in the water there...
Newfoundland and Canadian flags side-by-side. This was painted onto the back of a fishing boat.
Well, that's my post for now, hopefully I can post a lot more for you to see again soon!
Take care and keep shooting!