Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Freezing ice falls

One of the peculiarities of our sculpted coast in winter here on the Bay of Fundy is frozen waterfalls emanating from the cliffs in random locations.

These ice falls come in many sizes - some of you may remember my death-defying attempt to get a photo beside a HUGE one last winter - but they can also be quite delicate like these along the coast of Cape Chignecto Provincial Park in Nova Scotia.

Thanks to paddling friends, Else & Werner, with NovaShores Kayaking Adventures who recently took these photos and sent them along for our winter series.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Amazing shots! The Bay of Fundy is gorgeous even in the dead of winter.
-Ashley @ Digby Pines