Explore the beauty of Mother Nature's amusement park
Part of Newfoundland and Labrador's charm is its natural, unspoiled beauty. Our rivers, ponds and bays provide us with fun fishing expeditions, while our vast wilderness is a hiker's dream. Even our long winters provide endless hours of fun spent sliding, snowmobiling, skating, snowshoeing and much more. Have a look through these outdoor activity shots, to see how our readers enjoy down-home living, outside.
We love receiving our magazine every month. It keeps us in touch with "home." We are currently living in Eastern Passage, NS. My husband, Austin, is from Bonavista, and myself, from Glenwood. The picture is of our children ... click to read moreApril 23, 2012
We love receiving our magazine every month. It keeps us in touch with "home." We are currently living in Eastern Passage, NS. My husband, Austin, is from Bonavista, and myself, from Glenwood. The picture is of our children Gregory, age 13, and Charity, age 10. We were leaving Bonavista the 6th of April (this year) to go back to NS, and when getting to the Port Rexton area, the children were amazed with all the pack ice! We stopped the car and let them walk the beach, take photos and even touch the ice! They were excited. I took this photo, and thought it might be a photo you would consider for your magazine. Charity was very sad to be leaving her family in Newfoundland. ... Hide full submission
Dana Cole Eastern Passage, NS
Three Birds Waiting for Mama
This picture was captured outside of my home during the spring. A rare glimpse of true beauty. The three birds are waiting patiently with their beaks in the air for their mother to return with natures bounty. The picture to me also captured the vulnerability of the young as they wait completely dependent upon their mother.
Autumn of 2013 has been a great time in Newfoundland to capture photos of the Snowy Owl. They are being spotted all over the Island and this rare event only happens about once a decade. This photo was captured at Cape Ray Lighthouse and was just one of the six Owls I spotted there that day.