One more of the moon rising at Twillingate through the tree line.
~ Twillingate, Newfoundland
A shot from the northern point of Twillingate in Newfoundland. We were lucky to get there just at dusk to see these great colours with the moon rising.
A local fishing boat near Hillgrade, right by a small little lobster restaurant - Doyle Sansome & Sons Lobster Pool - live whole lobster caught daily, right to your plate, yummm.
~ Hillgrade, Newfoundland
An amazing view on the way to Twillingate on Highway 340.
~ The middle of nowhere, Newfoundland
Retro Waves. On the east coast of Newfoundland.
~ Cape Spear, Newfoundland
Crashing White Caps. On the most easterly point of North America the water of the Atlantic Ocean is cold, rough and unforgiving. Just as blue as some southern seas but don’t be deceived, it’s at most 8-10 degrees centigrade. Brrrrrrr.
Cape Spear at sunrise. We were the first people to see the sunrise in North America, pretty awesome. Definitely worth the 4am wake up + drive to the coast.
The most easterly point in North America, Cape Spear, Newfoundland.
Coasting into Petty Harbour.
~ Petty Harbour, Newfoundland
Some very awesome geography off the coast of Petty Harbour.
Tracking down some humpbacks in the Atlantic Ocean to dive with there were so many different types of birds everywhere.
~ St. John’s, Newfoundland