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Sunday, 22 October 2017
Early morning in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia
Posted by Marie Smith at 05:28
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You've taken a little trip.
Beautiful! We loved Lunenburg when we visited there.
Gorgeous photo, never been to that part of the world. Have a good Sunday Diane
I see a great whale coming at us. Grinning. "Good morning lubbers" says he.
Glorious pastel skies and reflections Marie, definitely worth getting up early for ✨
So very nice, Marie. I hope to see more from this trip. :-)
And a beautiful morning it is.
Oh my. Oh my, oh my, oh my. THAT is why morning has become my favourite time of day - an image to set me up for the day.
Beautiful picture Marie....I like how the sky reflects in the water! Andrea
Thats a very nice picture - very calm.
Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne
That's a wonderfully atmospheric photo. I feel a chill in the air.
Indeed we have, AC.
It is a special place, Debra.
Thanks, Diane! Hope you have a great week.
Lol. Glad we missed him, Joanne.
The light was beautiful, SW.
Yes indeed, PDP. It was so quiet and peaceful there.
I hope to share more about it, Jan.
Indeed it was Bill. The light was incredible.
The light was incredible, EC. It changed quickly too!
It was, Barbara.
It was so peaceful there, Andrea.
It was, Catarina.
It was so peaceful there, Stewart.
It was cool that morning but warmed up as the day progressed, John.
Such a peaceful picture. The water has so much to do with the character of a photo. When it's still you can just feel it, and the same when it is stormy.
And a good morning to you too! Lovely.
Stunning! Sarah x
It was a magical moment of water and light, Jenny.
It really was, Linda!
It was, Sarah.
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