Thursday, January 06, 2011

Bay of Fundy winters - 1st in a series

Winter is one of the best times to explore the Bay of Fundy...that is if you are enchanted by isolated two-tone seascapes, random ice cakes, frothy twists of snow and swirling winds.

Although we're not actually very far 'north' in Canada (parts of Fundy sit below the 49th parellel - US border) we still boast a fine storybookish winter season.

This winter I've invited friends and colleagues from around the bay to submit winter photos of their favourite, perhaps lesser known, corners of our bay. So curl up with a warm cup wherever you may be and enjoy these posts over the next few weeks...

This photo: me holding Belle back from having a swim at the beach last week!


Shelley said...

Hi Terri, I am looking forward to enjoying photos from around our Bay area.

Unknown said...

I am bringing a guest from Texas up to NS this weekend, but want to show her Fundy Bay and the tides...where is a good place to do this in the winter...and where can we get a good lobster dinner on our way thru?