Gentle Waves Near Capstick, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia


“If you will stay close to nature, to its simplicity, to the small things hardly noticeable, those things can unexpectedly become great and immeasurable.”

                                                                                       ~ Rainer Maria Rilke

20 responses

  1. Working on a screenplay that is set in Cape Breton…I am sure I only chose the location to give me an excuse to spend time there in “research”. 😀 Be well and thanks…Randy

  2. Amazing view and shot! As a child we went to Cape Breton every summer to visit relatives. The memory of gentle green hills, blue ocean and scent of pine all come back to me as I view your photo.

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    • Peter, thanks for commenting and how wonderful that you have a connection to that place. That area is gorgeous and one of my favorite nooks in all of Nova Scotia.

      • That’s a really old photo of the house. Sad to say some vandals burnt the house down a couple of years ago. No one was there/hurt but it’s gone all the same 😦

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