Sometimes your best shots are not planned. A few weeks ago I was on the Bonavista Peninsula with the intention of shooting a particular scene. The weather gods had other plans and forced me to re-evaluate. The clouds rolled in and covered any chance of light. I decided to pack up and drive around to see if there was anything interesting. I saw a peak of light in the distance and decided to drive toward the light. I eventually came across this tree overhanging on a pond as the light was quickly fading. I set up quickly and decided on this composition showing the calm water and the last peaks of light hitting the yellow leaves. It pays to literally chase the light. 🙂
We got up around the usual time we have been lately (8ish, that’s 6:30 your time) and had our breakfast once I did a quick check on the beach.
We immediately went to check the lighthouse for caribou but had no luck! We had a windy rainy drive to Rocky Harbour, but the rain cleared up so we stopped at some lookouts along the way. At Broom Point, we saw seals in the water! Did a quick beach comb at a few places and enjoyed the sun being out, finally after three days of rain! We met a couple at the lighthouse from Etobicoke haha. Lots of Ontarians here, and Albertans too.
We looked at doing the Green Point coastal trail (it has fossils), but needed to get a park pass, and figured we’d get a solid hike in this afternoon, so we went into Rocky Harbour to get the pass and find a place to stay for the night.
We decided we had time to do Baker’s Brook Falls trail. It was so beautiful, and we saw a ton of moose tracks – surprised we didn’t see any actual moose! It was marked as a blue square trail (moderate), but was super easy! Flat, boardwalks, only 10km round trip! We did a total of 15.6km today, not bad. Green Gardens was marked as a blue square trail, but it was way harder!
Along the trail there was a moose exclosure that was installed in 2009. It has gates to keep the moose out, and shows the stark difference between the forest now (sparse), and the lush enclosed space, about a couple acres. They’re allowing hunting within the park now to try to control the moose population better. It all started with four moose I think?
We came back to Rocky Harbour and did a quick beach comb while the tide was low. I found a neat piece of pottery (blue willow), and then had dinner at the last restaurant that’s open! We both had burgers, they were great.
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On the edge of Fogo Island sits a scattering of artist studios, such as this one. After alI, there may be no better place to clear your mind than this remote Canadian island, in a studio designed by @saundersarchitecture. The Norwegian firm has also designed famous works like the nearby Fogo Island Inn, which we have recognized for its amazing design. Find more incredible design hotels at the link in our bio. Photo by @mayamayatravel. #afarmag#traveldeeper
It’s probably about time to get back to my mauzy Newfoundland photographs #exploreNL
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Sometimes you find the love of your life and wind up on the edge of a cliff next to the Atlantic Ocean getting married in a onesie (and sometimes I take wedding photos) ✨ #exploreNL#dirtybootsandmessyhair
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