Nova Scotia’s Cape Breton Island abounds in amazing photo locations. There’s well-known spots such as along the famous Cabot Trail, but what we really found fascinating was the wealth of hidden treasures slightly off the beaten track that mostly locals are familiar with. We recently had the pleasure of spending some time with one of Cape Breton’s top nature photographers, Kris Tynski (www.kristynski.ca), who introduced us to some of his favourite haunts. One of the many highlights was an evening we spent at White Point, near the north-eastern corner of the island, when the land, sea, and sun were all showing off their best. Here’s a small sample of that fabulous evening.