This little church is no longer active and is located in Digby Neck, Nova Scotia.
I took the picture on a rainy Thursday morning; altered with several Topaz Labs filters and finally a layer of "Zuzu" texture courtesy of Kim Klassen; "Curled Journal Spots No. 5" by K.Pertiet (Designer Digitals).
Low tide at the wharf here in Digby, NS. At high tide, the boats rise to the top of the pier!
We saw this boat at Sandy Cove on Digby Neck - a long peninsula and two islands. Obviously, the tide it out. We took short car ferry hops to reach Long Island and Brier Island. It rained most of the day, so other than jumping out of the car to take photos, we didn't get much exercise today.
This old worn out building at a cove in Digby Neck caught my fancy!
The Information/Visitor Office in Digby. The colorful folk art paintings are those of Maud Lewis.
We said good-bye to PEI and headed south via the 9 mile long Confederation Bridge bringing us to New Brunswick and then on to Nova Scotia.
Burncoat is an area with dramatic tides which can rise 40-48 feet in a very short time.
Richard walked up to a cliff and down again - he's treading carefully because this rock is very slippery. (Here the tide was coming in.) The tides in the Bay of Fundy can recede up to 1.5 miles in low tide!
We took a self-guided walking tour of the Wolfville Heritage Properties. These lovely old homes date between 1774 to 1920. There were 24 homes on the tour.
We treated ourselves to ice cream before heading on towards Digby where we will stay for two nights. Hopefully, tomorrow we will see some whales!
This afternoon, we took the car ferry from Caribou, NS to Wood Islands PEI (Prince Edward Island). It took about 1.25 hrs.
The Orient Hotel - our B&B - so charming - located in Victoria by the Sea
The front entry to the local candy store (closed for the season). This is a small town and most of the shops are either closed or have shortened hours because of the time of year. By mid-October everything closes down for the winter. There were a few art studios opened when we arrived so we looked around a bit.
These little hut type structures are down by the seawall.
The tide is out. I was tempted to take off my shoes and walk in the shallow water - but it's too cold today!!
Part of the seawall. I can hardly wait to explore this beautiful place.