Looking for a great walking trail in Kentville? Miner’s Marsh has you covered. You’ll find well-groomed trails and beautiful scenery. Miner’s Marsh is located just minutes from the heart of downtown Kentville (a small town in the Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia). The 1.7 km’s of walking trails take you through wooded areas and a wetland habitat [...]

Last fall, we explored Wolfville (Nova Scotia) on foot. When we arrived at the little picnic park, the tide was completely out. I quickly set-up my camera and begin filming a time lapse. Here’s what it looked like when we arrived: a huge, empty mud puddle. And here’s what we saw over the next 80 minutes. [...]

I like the Bay of Fundy. Especially in Morden, a small village on the North Mountain. There is a small monument (French Cross) where you can take a staircase down to the rocky beach. Or you can drive further west to a much larger – but still rocky – beach. That’s where I shot this [...]

On our most recent trip to Kejimkujik National Park, we rented a canoe and paddled up the Mersey River. And while we expected to see some painted turtles, we were surprised to spot both a snapping and a Blanding’s turtle. The snapper was fast and dove down when we spotted him. But the Blanding’s turtle [...]

The blue hour after sunset is an awesome time to practice night photography! It actually only lasts from about 20 to 40 minutes (depending on weather conditions) but I guess “the blue hour” just sounds better. It’s a term used to refer to the time just before sunrise and just after sunset when the sky shows [...]

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