Beautiful Brisk Day on the Lake April 6, 2014 By Brett in Art, Nova Scotia Tags: Canada, Inspiration, Kejimkujik, Lakes, Landscape, Nature, Nova Scotia, Photography, Travel 31 Comments Kejimkujik Lake, Kejimkujik National Park, Nova Scotia “The world is mud-luscious and puddle-wonderful.” ~e.e. cummings Share this:FacebookTwitterPinterestEmailLike this:Like Loading... Related
Exquisite photos =)
I would be very happy to sit by that lake forever! I love your photos, and it’s nice to have the quotations alongside too. Really enjoyable blog thanks Brett.
Thanks so much!
It is such a beautiful area. I’m not sure I’ll make it back there before I have to leave Nova Scotia. Great descriptive words lol
It’s a little out of the way, but worth the trip. 🙂
Gorgeous, Brett! Cher xo
I love your photos! The views are breathtaking!
This is such a well composed photo! Thank you for sharing!
So gorgeous! Reminds me of many childhood hours on wonderful lakes in Maine. Great memories.
Thanks! Maine is also one of my favorite places and it’s much like Nova Scotia and the other maritime provinces with their abundance of lakes, rivers and ocean coasts.
Love seeing your posts and photos – many of them would make great paintings – very inspiring. 🙂
Gorgeous, book me a flight now!! Hehe
Thank you. Waiting for days like that!
Ahhhh, what a beautiful vista! Thanks for sharing.
I feel like I’m sitting there. Beautiful!
I want to be sitting there!! Gorgeous!
I’m with you!
Hey Brett, is the midde of October a good time to visit Nova Scotia, or is the weather usually too bad then? Am researching my next holiday destination. Thanks!
I like that time of year in Nova Scotia, it’s less crowded and is good sweater weather. A trade off is that many restaurants, accommodations, shops and other businesses that cater to travelers start closing in the late Fall and don’t open again until Spring. I’ve never had that be much of a concern but for some that is a bigger deal. A little research on the internet on areas of interest can help to better anticipate what you might find — other than gorgeous scenery and nice people, which can be found in abundance year round.
Thanks Brett for taking the time to reply. So many interesting destinations to choose from. But I’ll likely be settling on checking out Appalachia and the music scenes of Nashville and Memphis this fall. I’m pretty sure Nova Scotia will be my destination in the not too distant future. Take care! Jay
There’s a lot to see in those places too. The Appalachian backroads are some of my favorite places.
I’ll let you know what I think if I go there.