Last week I travelled to Brier Island in western Nova Scotia which is just under a four hour drive from the Halifax area including two short ferry rides. It is located near the mouth of the Bay of Fundy. The weather was very nice with temperatures out on the bay in the low 20’s C. There was some haze and the water for the most part was pretty smooth. Several humpback whales were sited during the four hour trip. I filled up an 8GB card and it took some time to sort through the 400 raw images that I took. I have added one photo to the “Scenic 2” gallery and three to the “Action 2” gallery.


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