Frozen swing.
Canadian love arch.
Pointe-du-Chêne is a small community in Westmorland County, New Brunswick. Located on Shediac Bay, an inlet of the Northumberland Strait, Pointe-du-Chêne, also called La Pointe, is the home of Parlee Beach Provincial Park. Monsignor St. Valier, who was Bishop of Quebec, referred to the area as “Chedic” during a 1686 pastoral visit to Acadia. It was once the terminus of the European and North American Railway and was a key stopover for Pan-Am's Trans Atlantic air service inaugurated in 1939.
 Pointe-du-Chêne became a cottage resort area in the early 20th century. Summer excursion trains from Moncton brought day trippers to the seashore. The railway terminus and proximity to Parlee Beach made it an ideal location for cottages.
Pointe-du-Chêne is a small community in Westmorland County, New Brunswick. Located on Shediac Bay, an inlet of the Northumberland Strait, Pointe-du-Chêne, also called La Pointe, is the home of Parlee Beach Provincial Park. Monsignor St. Valier, who was Bishop of Quebec, referred to the area as “Chedic” during a 1686 pastoral visit to Acadia. It was once the terminus of the European and North American Railway and was a key stopover for Pan-Am's Trans Atlantic air service inaugurated in 1939.
 Pointe-du-Chêne became a cottage resort area in the early 20th century. Summer excursion trains from Moncton brought day trippers to the seashore. The railway terminus and proximity to Parlee Beach made it an ideal location for cottages.
The Crooked Creek Look-off, which takes in a good proportion of the Caledonia Gorge, is located in a Provincial Protected Natural Area, looking down at Crooked Creek. Hawks and eagles can sometimes be seen riding thermal air currents above the spectacular gorge, especially while migrating along the ridges in spring and fall. It is also a great place to witness the fall colours in late September to mid-October.
Alma is a small lobster and scallop fishing village of 232 people. It was created in 1856, and in 1948, the Canadian federal government expropriated land in the village for the creation of Fundy National Park. Many homes had to be relocated as a result.
Let's go for a dip!
Beached.
Rolling into the distance
Bass River, New Brunswick, Canada.
Boonies means rough, remote, or isolated country. :-)
A little piece of Canadiana. Little River, New Brunswick, Canada.
Elgin, New Brunswick Canada.
Travelling into the sunrise
Golden button.
No road is too long in the company of a friend.
Cape Tormentine, New Brunswick, Canada. This lighthouse was built in 1907 and deactivated in 1997. It sits near the former ferry terminal. Unfortunately this light is in a state of disrepair.
Flickr Explore Award Winning Photo
Sackville, New Brunswick, Canada.
Westcock Marsh, Sackville, New Brunswick, Canada.
Westcock Marsh, Sackville, New Brunswick, Canada.
Westcock Marsh, Sackville, New Brunswick, Canada.
Meandering
Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada.
Irishtown Park, Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada.
Fundy National Park, New Brunswick, Canada.
Perspectives.
Waterside, New Brunswick, Canada.
Edmundston, New Brunswick, Canada.
Edmundston, New Brunswick, Canada.
Kouchibouguac National Park, New Brunswick, Canada.
Kouchibouguac National Park, New Brunswick, Canada.
Kouchibouguac National Park, New Brunswick, Canada.
Salisbury, New Brunswick, Canada.
Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada.
Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada.
A dream within a dream.
The moon was nice and bright on this cold New Year's Day. Have a great year everyone, full of love, health, adventures and discoveries.
Flickr Explore Award Winning Photo
Saint Thomas warf, in Saint-Thomas-de-Kent, New Brunswick, Canada.
Canadian bench cushion.
Putrescence.
Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada.
We're not getting a lot of snow this year, which is very unusual. Usually, we would be snowshoeing, skiing, skating, etc., but there's litterally no snow on the ground. We're getting above 0C temeratures and it's just not normal. I have to admit, I love and miss snow, hence this snowscape from my archives. Hopefully in a few weeks things will change - winter's not over yet!
Flickr Explore Award Winning Photo
Practicing out of focus photography.
Flickr Explore Award Winning Photo
This old barn.
Under the moonlight
New Brunswick, Canada.
Kouchibouguac National Park, New Brunswick, Canada.
Kouchibouguac National Park, New Brunswick, Canada.
Kelly Beach, Kouchibouguac National Park, New Brunswick, Canada.
Watching the stars on Grand Manan Island, and seeing the "light pollution" of the city of Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada, about 80km away. That's why watching stars is not ideal anywhere near a city. Here, you can also see a meteor and Uranus.
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Sunrise over the Bay of Fundy.
In the Bay of Fundy, near Grand Manan Island.
As the fog rolls in
The use of fishing weirs (pronounced "wares") as fish traps, dates back prior to the emergence of modern humans, and have since been used by many societies across the world. Grand Manan weirs are distinctive heart-shaped, framed by long wooden poles driven into the sea bottom and draped with nets. When schools of herring encounter a length of net, the fish follow its path into the corral. Fishermen remove the herring with a giant net that's lowered into the water allowing them to lift out the fish. A net full of silvery herring can fetch upward of $20,000 CAD.
This egg-shaped hole was carved by the ocean thousands of years ago. It's probably one of Grand Manan’s most photographed formations. The stone arch leaps out of the water connecting to the sharp edges of Grand Manan Island, in New Brunswick, Canada.
Castalia Marsh, Grand Manan, New Brunswick, Canada.
Grand Manan, New Brunswick, Canada.
Flickr Explore Award Winning Photo - September 25, 2015
Barricade
Cap-Pelé, NB, Canada. Flickr Explore award-winning photo, July 19 2016.
Excogitating existence
Cap-Pelé, NB, Canada.
Bennett Lake, Fundy National Park, New Brunswick, Canada.
Fundy National Park, New Brunswick, Canada.
My brother in law started a microbrewery called Bore City Brewing here in Moncton, NB, Canada. This one is called Equilux, it's an American Pale Ale / 5% ABV / 50 IBUs, with mellow West Coast hops. This batch is the first one to be sold in stores. It sold out the same day. The guys asked me to take a cool shot of the beer in its natural elements, so this is it! Salud!
Irishtown Park, Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada.
I kinda liked how the shadow created an arrow in this scene. Plus, the graffiti is amazing too!
Look out below!
Moncton, NB, Canada.
Haute Aboujagane, New Brunswick, Canada.
Haute Aboujagane, New Brunswick, Canada.
Humphrey Brook Trail, Moncton, NB, Canada.
It was a gloomy misty ride back home from work today. Flickr Explore Award April 26, 2017.
Moncton, NB, Canada.
Irving Eco-Centre, La Dune de Bouctouche, New Brunswick, Canada.
Part of the path used while hiking the Upper Slamon River Trail. A beautiful 12k trail along a river with a few river crossings, high cliffs, and a nice variety of sceneries. The Upper Salmon River Trail is located in Southeastern New Brunswick, Canada.
I love fog, it's so moody! Shot this as I was driving by yesterday morning at dawn, with my small LX100 point and shoot camera.Thought it turned out pretty good!
Humphrey Brook was raging yesterday after all that rain! Coupled with a whopping 17C in January, I don't think I've ever seen it like that before.
Kouchibouguac National Park, New Brunswick, Canada.
Fundy National Park, Alma, New Brunswick, Canada
Oh Canada!
Odds and Ends
Canadian Fall Spectacle
Fantasyland
Perspectives I
First Ice
Happy New Year to all of you!
Icy Path
A pop of color
Shaw Brook, New Brunswick, Canada.
O'Neil, New Brunswick, Canada.

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