Thursday, August 2, 2007

Blue Rocks, Nova Scotia


Hello everyone. I'm back after a very nice long weekend in Nova Scotia. The landscape is so beautiful there and I had a great time. I thought I'd show a few of the pictures I took. Here is one today of a sunset view from Blue Rocks, Nova Scotia. It's nice to be back!

13 comments:

DaveM said...

A great light thats bouncing off the sea.

Blue Wave 707 said...

Welcome back, Lori! :-)

This shot has a nice Atlantic Coast feel to it.

lv2scpbk said...

It does look beautiful there. I'd love to go there.

Olivier said...

belle photo, avec une tres belle lumiere (bonne gestion des ombres). j'espere que tu as passe de bonne vacances ? tu as vu, que la marie de NYC veut interdire les photographies dans la ville !!!


beautiful photograph, with a very beautiful light (good management of the shades). I hope that you have master key of good holidays? you saw, that the Marie of NYC wants to prohibit the photographs in the city!!!


Voir le Blog de Blather From Brooklyn

et signer a petition

Neva said...

Welcome back....a beautiful sunset!

Moi said...

look who's back!!!! i'm sure u had a great time!!! :) and lovely place , Lori

GMG said...

So we're lucky to have you back, and your beautiful pictures, posts and comments too! That's great!

meredic said...

What a beautiful moment of light I am very envious.

Wanda said...

So beautiful....love all the shades of blue in the picture. Wonderful!! Been gone...missed you.

Gudl said...

That really looks lovely! I am glad you had a good time. It looks like a great place to relax!!
Welcome home (to the hot city!!)

John Roberts said...

Welcome back! This looks like a real peaceful place.

Rosy said...

This is so pretty and would make a great looking postcard.

JAM said...

This is a dynamite photo. It's nice and crisp and detailed too. I love the subject matter.

Sunlight glinting on the water like that is one of my favorite sights of all. As much as I see that here in Florida, pretty much every day, it's still beautiful and touches something deep inside of me.