Sun Carving by Local Artists David Taylor, Black Rock, N.S.
A collection of yellows from various photo outings across Canada to brighten the impending blue of winter.
By the Fundy Shore, N.S.
Window Cross, St. Croix Cove Church, N.S.
Sea Kelp, Kejimkujik Seaside N.S.
Iconic Nova Scotia Fisherman, by David Taylor
Toy Soldier, Vintage Shop, Toronto
“I’m Sorry,” Kensington Market, Toronto
Farm Market Cheese, City Market, St. John, N.B.
Close Up, Thunderbird House Totem Pole, Stanley Park, Vancouver
Gravestone with Yellow Lichen, Loyalist Burying Ground, St. Andrews By the Sea, N.B.
Montreal Street Sign
Massey Harris Tractor, Northville Farm Heritage Center, N.S.
Playful Doors, Grand Pre, N.S.
Blades of Grass, Stanley Park, Vancouver
Cafe/Coffee Depot, Montreal
Colorful Shop, Annapolis Royal, N.S.
Acadia Theatre, Wolfville, N.S.
Rolled Hay Bales, N.S.
Mt. Hanley Sunset, N.S.
Yellow Lobster Cage, Near Parker’s Cove. Nova Scotia
St. John, N.B. City Market
Bright Bulbs, Monteal
Dory, Lunenberg, N.S.
Wildflowers, Black Rock, N.S.
Buoys, Campobello Island, N.B.
Street Art, Montreal
Kensington Market, Toronto
Squash, Roadside Market, Brooklyn, N.S.
Boat Tie-Post, Digby Wharf, N.S.
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