Monday, September 13, 2010

Baleine Peninsula



Fall is in the air and the weather is rapidly changing.  
Summer sped by in the blink of an eye 
and I can't quell the feeling that I missed it. 


But then I journey back through the hundreds of photos I took,
and realize I was part of summer this year.


Here I sit, enjoying a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, after hiking several hours through the barren headlands of the Baleine Peninsula., what seemed like a hundred of acres of bog, and several miles of isolated beaches 

Black Guillemots


experiencing the wonder

Remains of a drowned forest
of such diverse habitat.

Artful sculptures
Nature's nursery
Fine dining

The bog extends right up to the edge of the cobble beach.  I couldn't resist including a snapshot of these empty sea urchin shells, left all in a row.  Reminded me of the story of the Three Bears.


No matter where I turned, or where I wandered,


a magnificent display surrounded me.

Truly, MY WORLD rocks!



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15 comments:

Kay L. Davies said...

What a magnificent place the Baleine Peninsula is. This year I visited Nova Scotia for the first time, but I hope it's not the last time. SO beautiful.

Kay
Alberta, Canada

Sylvia K said...

What a gorgeous place! And your photos are superb! I feel as though I missed summer here in Washington, too! Thanks for sharing the beauty!

Sylvia

Steve Borichevsky said...

Pretty cool postint!

Pam said...

What fantastic scenery. Your beautiful photos just draw me in and carry me away to a land I have never seen before.
Thanks, I enjoyed the lovely journey.

J Bar said...

Beautiful shots.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

grammie g said...

Hi Karen...Wow amazing shots...the drowned forest is very strange huh!!
You sure get around don't you!!!It looks like you had an eventful summer with great photos!!
I cannot believe the summer is gone ...but every summer it is not long enough for me...I think if I had it my way it would be 55 degress at night 75 in the daytime no hummity bright blue skys rain only at night!! lol : }

Bibliophile By the Sea said...

I hope this is what heaven is like; lovely. Thanks

VioletSky said...

What a wonderful world!

BraCom (Bram) said...

Thank you for sharing these wonderful world photos!

Have a nice week,
Greetings, Bram

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Roy said...

Lots of interesting scenery here Karen. I particularly like the scene that you are sat in. That would have made a great scene (if you hadn't been in it) I mean that in the nicest possible way of course {:) Such detail.

NatureFootstep said...

I agree, your world rocks. :)

But I recognize your feeling. I have it too. Summer always goes bt so fast you almost don´t have time to enjoy it. Great shots.

christopher said...

You have a great eye for detecting the beauty that surrounds.

Inverness Daily Photo said...

It seems to me you have had a wonderful summer.

Rambling Woods said...

This is a wonderful nature post...I love how much love you have for nature....Michelle

Linda said...

Hi Karen, Happy Autumn to you! I have enjoyed tremendously reading your blogs and gazing at your beautiful photos that are so peaceful beyond words! I love your dragonfly shots, the second shot is great macro.. I can see every little detail on the head.. amazing!! Thanks so much for visiting my site, as your comments inspire me....cheers, Linda