Author Archives: Katherine

Barnacles

Barnacles at Long Beach National Park Reserve

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The Look Off – Over the Edge

The Look Off on North Mountain offers great views of the the Minas Basin and farm fields. While people usually stand beside the road and look down and beyond to take in the view, I didn’t – I flew a … Continue reading

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Towers

An electricity transmission tower and the Mackay Bridge north tower

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We Paved Paradise

The Tufts Cover Generating Station and the Mackay Bridge – two structures that replaced nature in Halifax/Dartmouth

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CCGS Sir William Alexander

CCGS Sir William Alexander at the Bedford Institute of Oceanography (BIO)

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The Lobster Traps

A portion of a stack of lobster traps

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Port Williams – High Tide

A very high tide as observed on the Cornwallis River at Port Williams

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Cloud Lake Radio Tower

The radio tower at the Cadet Survival Training Area – Cloud Lake Recreation Area

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CCGS Cape Mercy

CCGS Cape Mercy in Presquile, Lake Ontario

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Kin Beach Provincial Park

Kin Beach Provincial Park at low tide

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