Photographing Cape Breton’s Spectacular Cabot Trail

The Cabot Trail on Nova Scotia’s Cape Breton Island ranks among the most scenic drives in North America. While only about 300 kilometres long, it packs in an incredible amount of variety, with breathtaking coastal scenery on both the east and west coasts, forests, picturesque valleys, and Canada’s largest inland sea.   A third of […]

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Perfect Evening at White Point, Cape Breton Island

White Point

  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 […]

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Visions of Cape Breton’s Fortress Louisbourg

Fortress Louisbourg

  Fortress Louisbourg National Historic Site is considered the largest historical reconstruction in North America. Situated on the rugged southeast shore of Nova Scotia’s Cape Breton Island, the extensive site recreates life in the 18th century. It’s one of the better historic sites for photography that we’ve visited. The setting itself is imposing, as are […]

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