Our last few nights on Prince Edward Island were spent at a provincial park on the Northumberland Straits, next to the beach, looking over the water. A very beautiful setting and we had full hook-ups. What more could we want. Here are some images that brought a smile to my face and will give you a taste of the park.
They lighthouse by the ferry produced a green light in the dark night.
The scratching on the door says Life Guard.
Ferry crossing to Nova Scotia, blew horn when it left the dock.
Off-duty life guard.
We visited past high season but a few swimmers were brave enough to wade into the cold waters. I think the job of life guard can get very boring because he spent some time practicing cart wheels and hand stands on the grass when there weren’t people to guard. He needs a lot of practice.
Kayaks at Sunset
This is looking north over Northumberland Straight from Nova Scotia toward Prince Edward Island. When I previewed it on the beach I liked the cloud formation and coloring. When I uploaded it to my computer the reflection in the water was a pleasant surprise. The only modification I made was cropping the beach.
Nikon D5100; f/9; 1/160 sec; ISO-400.