The Stunning Labrador Coast
A play of light and shadow
I’m posting several shots of the beach at the Pinware Provincial Park. Something about the play of light on land and water intrigued me — a different quality of light here — it was a variable cloudy day, so light conditions changed rapidly.
Big, boreal land
Although some forests can be found, the trees don’t grow tall here, and vast stretches of land are tundra-like.
Flora and fauna
I’ll post a second blog of the Labrador trip either later tonight or tomorrow. There’s too much material for one post.
(Covers July 16, 17 2013)
To be continued . . .
You have such a great eye! I look forward to the next post.
Keep ’em Coming, Bwana !
The photographs are stunningly beautiful….and the commentaries enhance enjoyment of the visual feast greatly.
Thanks Mike! I’m about to press the ‘upload’ button for the next post!
– Wonderful pictures. Thanks for sharing them with us!
– I think your wild flowers from Saddle Island are
Rhodiola rosea, a powerful adaptogenic herbal
Qi and Light John F.
Thanks for this, John. The one thing I have trouble doing, because of the time it takes while on the road, is proper identification.
It is such a treat to receive your postings that I now look in my inbasket with anticipation of your daily offerings. I echo Mike’s comment. “Keep ’em coming!”
My pleasure, Mariem. Totally my pleasure!
Yes, John, you have added to our summer here in Moose Creek the thrills and wonders of a personal tour that we will never experience…. any trip “down east” will seem rather dull without your eyes and your commentary.
You finally found that iceberg, and it is a fantastic sculpture by mysterious hands.
And loved being nose-to-nose with the bunny!
Thanks so much Tim, Arja. Labrador was a particularly enthralling place!
The photographs are beautiful, the colour, the light quality. Exquisite! Enjoying the visual feast.
Thanks Dianna. It was the quality of light that was particularly appealing, and it would change minute by minute.