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Sundew and Monarch Butterfly

August 01, 2022 - Laura and I took a hike along the coastal barrens in search of orchids and other good things. We found a few Monarch But...
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Adventure of the Seas

August 01, 2022 - During our hike along the coastal barrens between Shoal Point and Chebucto Head I photographed the Adventure of the Seas...
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Queen Mary 2

July 12, 2022 - The Queen Mary 2 is unique among ocean going vessels since it is the only ocean liner in the world. It is capable of yea...
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Aura of the Ocean

July 12, 2022 - The Atlantic Ocean off Chebucto Head was magical on this evening. The surface fog was just a few metres above the ocean...
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Seven Seas Navigator

June 18, 2022 - Laura and I enjoyed an evening on the rocks near Chebucto Head awaiting the departure of the Seven Seas Navigator, a mor...
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Oasis of the Seas

June 13, 2022 - The Oasis of the Seas is reported as the largest cruise ship to visit Halifax. I stationed myself halfway between Shoal...
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CCGS Hare Bay

September 14, 2021 - I photographed CCGS Hare Bay off Chebucto Head at full power plowing through the swells. Length (m): 19 Breadth (m):...
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USS Forrest Sherman

September 14, 2021 - The Arleigh Burke class of destroyers are the backbone of the United States navy's fleet defence. The USS Forrest Sherma...
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Atlantic Kestrel

December 08, 2020 - The Atlantic Kestrel was photographed off Chebucto Head this morning. The wind was gusting to 60mph so I struggled to st...
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CCGS Cadboro Bay Running at 25 Knots off Chebucto Head

December 08, 2020 - The CCGS Cadboro Bay must have been at full speed or close to it at 25 knots (probably 100% continuous duty) based on my...
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Queen Mary 2 and Queen Elizabeth

April 26, 2020 - Queen Mary 2 and Queen Elizabeth entering Halifax harbour off Chebucto Head at dawn. Its rare to see these two great shi...
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Grandeur of the Seas

August 15, 2019 - I photographed Grandeur of the Seas off Shoal Point and Chebucto Head, at the entrance to Halifax Harbour. It was about...
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Cruise Ships and One Ocean Liner

October 28, 2018 - Cruise ships are commonly seen from our home in Portuguese Cove and although I can photograph them from home it is alway...
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Hebridean Sky

July 05, 2018 - Hebridean Sky From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigation Jump to search Sea Explorer in harbor of Rethym...
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Queen Mary 2, Zuiderdam, Celebrity Summit and the Harvest Moon

October 06, 2017 - It was a hat trick this evening; Queen Mary 2, Zuiderdam and Celebrity Summit. I always try to photograph these ships ne...
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Queen Mary 2

August 24, 2017 - I enjoyed photographing the annual departure of the Queen Mary 2 near sunset when the best light is available. This was...
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Queen Mary 2 & Yellow Ladies' Tresses Orchid

September 11, 2016 - Prior to our jaunt up to Chebucto Head(Shoal Point) yesterday evening to watch this grand ship passing on its way to Sou...
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Birds of Duncan Reef

August 23, 2015 - About the middle of August shorebirds begin to migrate through the Duncan Reef area. The reef is the only hospitable pie...
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Green Adder's Mouth Orchid

August 19, 2015 - Every year Laura and I haunt the coastal barrens looking primarily for the Green Adder's Mouth Orchid. Last year we stru...
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Golden Heather and Other Local Wildflowers

June 27, 2014 - Laura and I visited the Chebucto Head area last Sunday in fear of missing the blooming of the Golden Heather. It has jus...
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