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.