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the arches

The Arches

arches provincial park, located between parsons pond and portland creek on newfoundland’s west coast, features ‘the arches’ as a centrepiece: a three-arch (previously four-arch) rock formation naturally formed by tidal action. only two arches are visible from this vantage point.

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in between

In Between

arches provincial park, located between parsons pond and portland creek on newfoundland’s west coast, features ‘the arches’ as a centrepiece: a three-arch (previously four-arch) rock formation naturally formed by tidal action. in addition, there are other formations on the site like the ones photographed here.

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stones under arch

Stones Under Arch

arches provincial park, located between parsons pond and portland creek on newfoundland’s west coast, features ‘the arches’ as a centrepiece: a three-arch (previously four-arch) rock formation naturally formed by tidal action. this is one of the three remaining arches photographed here.

this photograph can be found in the following gallery: doors, windows & arches

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turtle rock

Turtle Rock

arches provincial park, located between parsons pond and portland creek on newfoundland’s west coast, features ‘the arches’ as a centrepiece: a three-arch (previously four-arch) rock formation naturally formed by tidal action. in addition, there are other formations on the site like the one photographed here.

though there does not seem to be official names for each individual formation, this one resembles a turtle to this observer, hence the title i have chosen… (incidentally, i have contacted newfoundland tourism to see if the various rock formations have been named – apparently, they have not).

this photograph can be found in the following gallery: waterscapes

 

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retired

Retired

a couple of retired boats in parsons pond, newfoundland with the gros morne long range mountains in the background.

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well weathered

Well Weathered

oh, the stories this well weathered fishing shack could tell: long, tough winters of snow and ice; beautiful summer days with glorious sunsets; storms of all kinds; in short, life on the rock…  located in green point, nl, this scene was photographed in the late afternoon as a rain storm was pushing towards me – it was rather blustery indeed on this early july day!

this photograph can be found in the following gallery: country scenes

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clouds over the trail 1, 2 & 3

Clouds Over The Trail 1

Clouds Over The Trail 2

Clouds Over The Trail 3driving back to my home base of rocky harbour, nl, the clouds and scenes were too tempting to pass up on this beautiful afternoon. tripod setup right in the middle of the road, i did have to get out of the way once or twice, otherwise it was me in this wondrous landscape, all alone… 😉

these photographs can be found in the following gallery: roadscapes

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viking trail at the pond

Viking Trail At The Pond

the viking trail (highway 431 on newfoundland’s west coast) with the steep rock walls of western brook pond visible from a distance under a gorgeous sky.

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grounded

Grounded

i happened into this little fishing village when i found the gate open at the top of the hill off the viking trail not too far from western brook pond – it seemed deserted on this day. this is the first photograph i took before i started looking for someone, anyone, in the village. after a cursory glance around and knocking on a few doors (to no avail) i did meet one thomas gilley who arrived after me. he gave me a brief history of the village and its name: gull marsh. after chatting for a bit, he gave me permission to photograph at my leisure… thanks thomas, if you ever stumble upon my work (i did leave him a business card), i hope you see this shot. 😉

this photograph can be found in the following gallery: miscellaneous and still life

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at road’s end

Road's End

main street south in rocky harbour deadend’s at the coast. this morning happened to be rather drizzly and unsettled, but a spectacular view was to be had once the clouds and fog started to break up and shift around. thankfully i was there to capture it… 😉

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