Day 8-9 of Our Newfoundland Adventure-St. John's, Cape Spear & Signal Hill
We visited St. John's, Newfoundland, Cape Spear and Signal Hill. I took a series of photos of St. John's from Signal Hill. Street level photography is impossible due to the absence of parking spaces for anything larger than a subcompact.
Our first stop was Cape Spear the most eastern point of North America.
Cape Spear Light
Icebergs off Cape Spear
Signal Hill is visible in the distance, upper left on the far shore.
Cape Spear is visible in the distance, upper left of photograph.
Cahill Point, Fort Amherst and Cahill Point Light
At the southern entrance of St. John's harbour.
I tried to capture the colours of St. John's from Signal Hill, a city renowned for its use of vibrant colours.
It's a small harbour but well stocked with Coast Guard Ships, offshore supply ships and fishing vessels.
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