Fog shrouds the hills around Alma, New Brunswick as the Bay of Fundy tide leaves the fishing boats on the bottom of the ocean. The tide in the Bay of Fundy changes twice a day, taking the fishing fleet from being grounded on the ocean floor to the rich fishing ground in the bay.
Nova Scotia's famous schooner, Bluenose 2, sails in Halifax Harbour backlite by the afternoon sun.
The Cape D'or lighthouse located 6 km's from the village of Advocate Harbour on the Bay of Fundy. the property is a private travel destination, featuring a guest house and restaurant.
The U.S. Tall Ship Eagle sails in Halifax Harbour in the 1984 Tall ships Parade of Sail.
A view looking across Ingonish harbour at Ingonish Beach, at Ingonish, Cape Breton.
The Peggy's Cove light house is silhouetted againest a sunset in this photo.
The Lighthouse at Peggy's Cove is one of Nova Scotia's Lighthouses that is looking for a new owner. The federal Government are looking to sell many of the lighthouses no longer in operation.
The Peggy's Cove lighthouse is one of the Nova Scotia lighthouses that the federal government are trying to sell.
Halifax's Purdy's Wharf towers one and two are seen here in this photo. Photographed from the Dartmouth waterfront boardwalk where visitors can see many spring flowers including Tulips, in the gardens.
Dark clouds pass along the Bay of Fundy in Waterside, New Brunswick. This area along the bay is known for it's red cliffs, in the distance once stood a rock formation known as Red Head, which has eroded over the years and fallen into the bay.
The North Atlantic can be a rough sea during and after storms, This Photograph shows the movement of waves after a recent storm in this undated photo.
The sun sets over the Gulf of Mexico at St Pete's beach in St Petersburg, Florida.
A Couple chat on the beach at St Pete's beach in St Petersburg, Florida.
Night photograph of a Tall Ship in Halifax harbour during the June 1984 event. The National Sea Product cold storage plant can be seen in the background. The plant has since been torn down.
An Atlantic storm curns the waters off of Peggy's Cove, Nova Scotia. The village of paggy's Cove is a tourist destination in Nova Scotia that sees many visitors both in winter and summer. The wave and ocean are sometimes very rough and care must be taken while visiting the site.
Halifax - a Tall ship taking part in the 1084 Tall Ship Parade of Sail in Halifax is photographed at the dock at night.
A fishing boats hull is reflected in the water at Blue Rocks, Nova Scotia.
Fishing sheds and boats await the sunrise at Blue Rocks, Nova Scotia.
Fishing sheds and boats are glow of yellow in the morning sunrise at Blue Rocks, Nova Scotia.
A Fishing shed is lit by the morning sunrise at Blue Rocks, Nova Scotia.