The View from Newfoundland #1

I thought I would show you around the bay today and share a few pictures of my beautiful province of Newfoundland.

For those of you that don’t know, Newfoundland, Canada, is the eastern most point of North America, jutting way out into the Atlantic ocean.  We are an island that is only accessible by boat or plane. The island of Newfoundland covers 111,390 square kilometres (43,008 square miles) and has more than 29,000 kilometres (18,000 miles) of unspoiled coastline. It’s population is about 525,000.

Newfoundland is also known for its friendly people. Real and genuine, warm and welcoming, fun-loving and funny to the core, the people here are also known for their natural creativity, unique language, and knack for storytelling.

I was born in Newfoundland and like many others, moved away to work.  Back when I was a teenager  I didn’t appreciate all the  amazing and breathtaking landscapes, the smell of the ocean, the fresh air, the bounty that our province affords us.  I returned ten years ago and I absolutely love it! I wouldn’t live anywhere else.  It took us a while to find our dream property and now that we’re here, we don’t plan on leaving 🙂 Our life is full with family and friends and just enjoying the great outdoors with hiking, boating, fishing, whale watching, gardening, four wheeling, berry picking and hopefully come this winter, cross country skiing! 🙂

Enjoy beautiful Newfoundland through my lens!!! All pictures are mine.

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Puffin in Flight
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Cape Spear Lighthouse
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Humpback Whale

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Fishing at Sunset
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Fish Shaped Iceberg

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Fishing in the Bay
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Amazing Sunsets
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Cormorant drying his wings

Put Newfoundland on your bucket list! If you get the chance to visit, I promise, you won’t regret it! 🙂


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