Thursday, 30 July 2020

Gee, there must be a pandemic or something …

Today, we took a coastal drive to Peggys Cove.

During the summer or in fact any good day in the year, it is always a location which is extremely busy with tourists, but due to Covid-19 not today. It was so quiet, unlike a few previous visits, I was able to take many pictures of the famous lighthouse without hoards of people walking into the photo frame.

Just outside the village of Peggys Cove is Polly’s Cove hiking trail, a location of rugged terrain with a mixture of bog, glacial erratic’s, and short scrubby brush. With its spectacular panoramic coastal views, the trail starts out wide, but when it is not snaking over the granite boulders, it soon narrows to just a few inches wide. There appears to be many little paths shooting off in all directions, which look interesting and provide a good reason to plan a future trip there

1 comment:

  1. Wow - I don't think I have ever been able to get a photo of the lighthouse without tourists. That first pic is absolutely stunning! Picture postcard/stamp worthy. As always, gorgeous photos :)