Nova Scotia, making me crave a cup of coffee or tea.
La montagne vient plonger dans l'océan en ce point.
6 Dec 2018 6:51am
@Captain Guildive Ajoupa: Merci, skipper.
You can almost hear the sea.
6 Dec 2018 7:27am
@Ana Lúcia: That makes me happy, thanks.
6 Dec 2018 8:17am
@Ralf Kesper: Glad you like it; thanks.
The atmosphere is perfectly captured. I can feel immersed in the scene!
6 Dec 2018 8:28am
@Francisco Romero: I spent so much time merely gazing at the waves pounding the rough shoreline, I nearly forgot about the camera around my neck. Thanks a lot, Francisco.
Une très belle ambiance
6 Dec 2018 8:39am
@Martine Libouton: Merci, Martine.
Beautiful atmosphere !
@Anna Cherer: It reminds me of the popularity of "storm season" on Vancouver Island, where people rent cottages and cabins to view the heavy weather (mostly rainfall) during the winter season. My thanks !
c'est vraiment bien recherché
6 Dec 2018 9:05am
@Existence Artistique: Merci.
Excellent this "no way" mood !
6 Dec 2018 9:24am
@Gérard: Ha ha… an excellent way of describing this scene.
It seems very cold there, give me also a cup of coffee.
6 Dec 2018 10:05am
@Marjolein: It was a summer day but yes, being right on the Atlantic it was a cold wet spraying wind and luckily I did have a large coffee at hand. Thanks a lot.
One of those moments that all but speaks . .
6 Dec 2018 10:30am
@Ronnie 2¢: … "swimming is ill advised today".
Those clffs draw back as though trying to escape the beating they have taken from the sea
6 Dec 2018 10:54am
@grouser: Well observed on your part, mister g. I feel far more rawness from the Atlantic coast than the Pacific one... the shorelines and buildings are more beaten, wearier looking but in a way that carries its own special charm. Canada's east coast people take a pounding and I think it is partly why they are such wonderful humans in general.
Very beautiful and tasteful...
6 Dec 2018 11:57am
@Hiro: Thank you, Hiro.
What a gorgeous view along the shoreline!! The vertical strata-like rock formations are a stunning find!
6 Dec 2018 12:48pm
@Steven: Thanks, Steven. At low tide when all is revealed, the rock is virtually in shards down there and it looks impossible in terms of exploring it on foot.
I l ove this rugged view. The mist creates such a moody atmosphere.
6 Dec 2018 3:02pm
@Ruthiebear: Thanks for the positive review, Ruthie :)
A magnificent image of the cliffs and sea. The fog adds a nice mood to the scene.
6 Dec 2018 6:07pm
@Steve Rice: Thanks a lot, Steve.
This is how I remember Nova Scotia, too ... fog, rocks, cliffs, trees, and altogether magnificent scenery!
6 Dec 2018 8:43pm
@Franz: Hello sir Franz ! Thanks a lot for the comment. I'm glad you experienced it first hand.
What a powerful shot, lovely detail.
6 Dec 2018 9:50pm
@Daryl Johnson: Thanks very much, Daryl.
Awesome place! I think a tragic atmosphere...
6 Dec 2018 10:57pm
@Adela Fonts: I can imagine many shipwrecks over the centuries. Thanks, Adela.
Great mood. I love the detail of the coastal cliffs.
7 Dec 2018 2:41am
@Darkelf Photography: My thanks.
Just wonderful, Rick!! ! I love this wild, solitary place! Beautiful, Sir!
7 Dec 2018 3:44am
@Denny Jump: Thanks a lot, good sir.
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