This is the third one of done of this area. It’s a half day hike in with the kids and our gear, and the last time we stayed three days. Spending three isolated days in this place, looking at the millions of years of layers of the earth exposed in the rock, knowing those cliffs have seen dinosaurs, multiple ice ages and were once attached to Africa is humbling. And to witness the great fundy tide come in and out at a 15 metre or so elevation difference, and to see the sun rise and set at this place, makes it a great subject.
Available at Argyle Fine Art in Halifax.