View Across the Bay, Celtic Cross Park, St. Andrews By the Sea, N.B.
St. Andrews By the Sea is a historic town located in the southwestern corner of New Brunswick (about an hour west of Saint John) across the Passamaquoddy Bay from Maine. Established as a Loyalist bastion in the late eighteenth century, it is now a resort town featuring magnificent bay views and many well-preserved buildings showcasing early architectural styles. These photos are from a late Fall visit.
Colorful Chairs, St. Andrews By the Sea, N.B.
Cloudy Day on the Bay, St. Andrews By the Sea, N.B.
Fish Weather Vane, St. Andrews By the Sea, N.B.
Gravestone with Yellow Lichen, Loyalist Burying Ground, St. Andrews By the Sea, N.B.
Long-haired Cows on the way to St. Andrews By the Sea, N.B.
Graveyard Gates, Loyalist Burying Ground, St. Andrews By the Sea, N.B.
Celtic Cross Park, St. Andrews By the Sea, N.B.
Lichen-Encrusted Gravestones, Loyalist Burying Ground, St. Andrews By the Sea, N.B.
Celtic Cross, St. Andrews By the Sea, N.B.
Sacred to the Memory Of . . . , Loyalist Burying Ground, St. Andrews By the Sea, N.B.
Fishing Boat, St. Andrews By the Sea, N.B.
Rocky Hillside, Near St. Andrews By the Sea, N.B.
You have a good eye for a shot and the skill to capture time, place and season. I’m jealous and admiring.
Simon, thanks for your kind comments!
Amazing photos. Thanks for sharing.
Your posts truly show the beauty and diversity of Canada.
St. Andrews is one my more favorite places in New Brunswick. I’m from Saint John, just up the bay – but I love walking the beaches in St. A’s. Thanks for the pictoral reminder!
Caet, the area from there all the way to Saint John is gorgeous — what a nice place to live!
Hi Brett! Your photos brought back some great memories. We stayed here on our recent trip to Canada and loved the relaxed atmosphere, the wide streets, the pier and sparkling sea. Such an interesting area along the Bay of Fundy topped off by the unique experience of walking on the seabed with the Flowerpot Rocks at Hopewell.
Jeannette, thanks! It sounds like you had quite a nice trip exploring the Maritimes (I just read your blog entry about your visit) and Scottish history there of which there is plenty. Continued success to you on your Scottish exploration!
Brett – on a separate issue where is your blog cover photo taken? What a stunning location!
That seaside scene is up near Capstick, in one of the northernmost points of Cape Breton and is quite a beautiful place. We diverged from the Cabot Trail and explored all manner of backroads and trails on the day we came across this gem of a place. Cape Breton is full of such wonders!
Wonderful series 😉
What a beautiful spot! The photos make me want to get in the car and start driving!
Beautiful photos, Brett…peace and blessings to you in 2014!
Barb, thanks! Best to you for 2014 as well!
Oh wow… and here, our family spent many a happy summer playing on the beach!
Sounds like some wonderful memories!