Dena Haines

Are you excited about seeing the apple blossoms this year? In this post, we’ll explore 10 apple blossom facts. You’ll find photos, facts, festivals, edibility and more – all about apple blossoms. Apple blossoms are a highlight of the year for many nature lovers, especially in Nova Scotia’s Annapolis Valley. Let’s look at some facts that will [...]

Port George, Nova Scotia is a pretty little seaside community situated along the Bay of Fundy in Annapolis County. This is a popular spot for beach combing and sightseeing, especially in the summer during the Country Jamboree. Here’s a short video that shows Port George Lighthouse, Cottage Cove Provincial Park and the local wharf. Lighthouse in [...]

Baxters Harbour Falls is one of the most popular waterfalls in Nova Scotia. And it’s little wonder – it has a beautiful setting and it’s easy to get to. In this post, you’ll see photos and a short video of the falls and surrounding beach. Before visiting Baxters Harbour Falls you should check the tide [...]

Nova Scotia’s Bay of Fundy has the highest tides in the world! In this post, you’ll see 9 Bay of Fundy tides timelapse videos. The tides in the Bay of Fundy are five to ten times higher than in the rest of the world. Over 100 billion tonnes of water flows in and out of the Bay [...]

Looking for a great walking trail in Kentville? Miner’s Marsh has you covered. You’ll find well-groomed trails and beautiful scenery. Miner’s Marsh is located just minutes from the heart of downtown Kentville (a small town in the Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia). The 1.7 km’s of walking trails take you through wooded areas and a wetland habitat [...]

The blue hour after sunset is an awesome time to practice night photography! It actually only lasts from about 20 to 40 minutes (depending on weather conditions) but I guess “the blue hour” just sounds better. It’s a term used to refer to the time just before sunrise and just after sunset when the sky shows [...]

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