The Confederation Bridge is the world’s longest bridge over frozen water, a true engineering marvel.
The land and sea become one around much of the island this time of year.
Wharves become busy places as the lobster fishery approaches in the spring.
This mussel boat headed out into the Gulf of St. Lawrence early in the morning.
The many lighthouses stand their silent vigil year round.
Beaches are rarely crowded and great for exploring.
Along the waterline, fog rises from the beach around the red sandstone sea stack and cliffs.
There are such interesting finds and colours on the beaches.
The trees are giants in places
And the woodlands have interesting finds too.
The red dirt roads through the countryside are always inviting,
While the fields provide a rich harvest.
The layers of colour in autumn mesmerize
And then night falls on the gentle island.
You're a keen observer and a bit of a poet, I think.
Oh, I loved this very gentle and peaceful trip around your island, Marie. You are a bit of a poet, I've noticed that before. :-)
Is the Big Storm still going on or are you digging out now? Stay warm!
I just looked up that beautiful bridge. It is currently restricting what type of vehicle crosses. It also say the it is -1C (HOLY CRAP...MINUS 1 DEGREE CELSIUS) with a 70 mph wind.
I seriously just had to put on warm socks and slippers when I read that.
A beautiful trip round your lovely island.
i like the dirt road, very inviting!! i would like to get to our beaches to see the snow, but we got 2 feet of snow yesterday, so i will stay home today.
all of your pictures are beautiful, i enjoyed them all!!
Beautiful shots! I've been on the island twice, but in warmer weather than it is at present!
I have visited your island and it is lovely. Your photos do it justice.
Stunning images! I really do feel like I'm coming along with you on these hikes Marie. Is it very cold where you are now?
Gorgeous!! It sure makes all of us want to be there! I bet it gets very cold like here where we are. Have a wonderful weekend!
I love seeing photos of your home! I really hope to see that part of Canada someday.
You live in a truly beautiful part of the world. And I am so very grateful for the glimpses you share.
A beautiful place. Beautiful photos.
A beautiful journey around a beautiful island. Stunning photography and a wonderful a narrative. Thanks, Marie for the tour.
It is really a beautiful island.
Have a good evening, Marie.
So much beautiful nature to see. I especially like seeing the trees. I don't have many forests around here.
I had a great year in nature, AC.
Thanks, Jan. I don’t know if it’s poetry but I write what I feel.
We got snow, Debra but then it rained and we lost much of it. Now it’s -32 again.
Thanks, Linda. Today it’s cold and windy, the equivalent of -32 C.
We haven’t been to the beach this last month, Debbie. It’s cold with high winds, -32 C today.
I want to hibernate this winter, William.
Thank you, Tabor.
Cold and windy again today, PDP. It’s -32 C with the wind chill.
I haven’t ventured out in days, Angela.
I hope you do get to visit us sometime, Jenn.
This world has such beauty to offer, doesn’t it, EC?
Thank you, Catarina. Stay warm,
The forest here are beautiful and interesting, Ratty.
What beautiful pictures of the variety of nature in your beautiful province. And I firmly agree with the others who commented on the poetic nature of your posts!
Wonderful photographs. You share such beautiful and interesting shots.
Just marvelous. You leave me smiling and wanting to come for a slow visit. I will some day.
Your photos make up a great picture of PEI!
Thank you, Barbara.
I hope you do come to visit, Mage!
There are so many things to see on your island! Yes,how admirable to see the lighthouses stand in the silence, keep watching its surroundings.
We enjoy the island so much, Tomoko.
That is a marvel. As well as, many excellent photos.
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