Mirrored image of the Centennial Bridge

Mirrored image of the Centennial Bridge
One frosty and very still morning in November, 2010, Centennial Bridge, Miramichi, NB, Canada

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Moon Rising Over Neguac Beach, NB, Canada

Moon Rising Over Neguac Beach, NB, Canada
Moon Rising Over Neguac Beach, Neguac, New Brunswick, Canada

Saturday, July 30, 2016

Neguac and Tabusintac, New Brunswick, Canada

It was such a beautiful day yesterday, I went on a photo shoot around the Neguac and Tabusintac area, New Brunswick, Canada.

A couple of dogs decided to get into the picture at Wishart's Point Wharf.

Seagulls having a bit of lunch at Neguac Wharf.

Nice "lighthouse" cottage.

Neguac Wharf, NB

Overlooking Tabusintac River, NB

Tabusintac River, Tabusintac, NB

Old Manse Cemetery, Old Manse Road, overlooking Tabusintac River, NB

Grove of pines on Wishart's Point Road, Tabusintac, NB

Sun and shadows in the grove of pines.

Sun on a fern plant.

Such beauty right at our feet......

Malpec beach, Tabusintac, NB

A moose came out to greet us at Malpec Beach.

Malpec Beach, Tabusintac, NB

Ripples in the sand, Malpec Beach, Tabusintac, NB

Malpec Beach wetlands

Malpec Beach, Tabusintac, NB  (pool a little colorful)....

Thursday, July 28, 2016

July 27th in and around Miramichi,NB

The Max Aitken Boat Tour, full house, nice way to see the river and its people!

Field of weeds, (purple loosestrife) makes for a nice colorful picture though.

St. Michael's Roman Catholic church, Chatham/Miramichi, NB

Our Centennial Bridge, built in 1967.

The mystical, magical Miramichi River at Ritchie's Wharf.

The Max Aitken coming back from a tour.

Friday, July 22, 2016

Some pictures made to look old

Had some fun turning some of my pictures into sepia.  Makes them look mighty old.

Trip to the Acadian Village, Caraquet, NB, Canada

This week I went to a quaint little village called "Acadian Village" in Caraquet, NB, Canada.  It takes you back to mid 1800's to early 1900's.  Here are a few pictures I will share with you.

Horse and wagon is available when you get tired of walking.

I can imagine children at play here.

Haying season

 Above is the Chateau Albert where you can make reservations to stay the night.

Gas station by day and by dusk

Old Train Station

Wednesday, July 6, 2016

Photo shoot on Rte 118 and Rte 108, Miramichi, NB, June, 2016

Last week, my photographer buddy and I went on a photo shoot again.  It was shaping up to be a very hot day so we set out early. The first four were taken off a bridge not too far in on Rte 118, South Nelson, NB

Columns of a bygone bridge are still in the water.....

Love the pile of chopped wood by the old barn, reminds me of my childhood.

This used to be an old store in McKinleyville, Rte 118.

Still in McKinleyville:

The next five photos were taken at Doucette's at Doyle Brook, Rte 118.  Very enchanting will all the birds houses and pretty flowers.

Birch grove I came upon, I like the contrast of white against green.

Wild flowers along side the road, Route 108 around Millerton, NB

Field of daisies

Close up of dainty daisies.

Field of buttercups and wild roses, Williamstown Rd, Rte 108

More buttercups, there were lots and lots of buttercups!

St. Patrick's Drive, Nelson taken from the opposite side of the beautiful Miramcihi River, Miramichi, NB

We see the tip of Beaubear Island, Nelson, NB

That wraps up my photo shoot, June 27, 2016