I can’t believe how incredibly fortunate I am to be Canadian. There’s so much majesty and variety that exists from east to west. A lot of Canadian’s have never even been outside of where they live and seen Canada which is a shame because to me it’s a must if you live here. I was in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and PEI for a separate photoshoot which I’ll share more of later, but I had time to tour around the maritimes as well which I’m so glad I did as it was just so breathtaking!

One of my favourite provinces is Nova Scotia as it has Cape Breton, which is just jaw -droppingly beautiful. It has so much raw nature that exists within this park. It has magnificent waterfalls on rocky beaches that spill into the ocean, tons of nature hikes as well, and a good spot to see tons of wales, moose, etc. You feel like you’re the only one in existence, it’s very calming. I also really enjoyed Peggy’s Cove as well which has a rocky beach and a lighthouse at the top of the beach. and of course who can forget Lunenburg? It was a city full of colourful buildings and eclectic architecture and a gorgeous boat harbour which is home to the Bluenose sailboat.

Another favourite province of mine is PEI, l love all of the red sand beaches, and dilapidated farmhouses, it felt like I was going back in time. It also has lighthouses scattered all over the province. Very gorgeous place to visit! 🙂

If you want to see another Canadian blog post than have a look at my photos from when I was living in Alberta.  Definitely a must to come check out if you’re already traveling in Canada. It’s one of my favourite places as there’s the gorgeous Rocky-mountain landscape combined with crystal blue glacier water that will take your breath away.

a travel photo of a rocky waterfall in cape breton nova scotia

a travel photo of a rotting boat in pei

a travel photo of a rocky cliff in cape breton nova scotia

a travel photo of the boat harbour in pei

a travel photo of fish skeletons in the boat harbour in pei

a travel photo of a fisherman in the boat harbour in pei

a travel photo of the red sands beach in pei

a travel photo of a sandy boardwalk lighthouse in pei

a travel photo of a farmhouse in fog in pei

a travel photo of a stained glass window at a church in nova scotia

a travel photo of a swordfish flower basket in nova scotia

a travel photo of a lobster drawing on the sidewalk in nova scotiaa travel photo of a fisherman in the boat harbour in pei

a travel photo of an architectural building in halifax nova scotia

a travel photo of a dog in a shirt in halifax nova scotia

a travel photo of a colourful downtown core in lunenburg nova scotia

a travel photo of window light in nova scotia

a travel photo of a rotting boat in peggys cove nova scotia

a travel photo of a rotting anchor in peggys cove nova scotia

a travel photo of peggys cove harbour in nova scotia

a travel photo of peggys cove lighthouse nova scotia

a travel photo of a rotting barn at sunset in nova scotia  These photos all below this church photo were taken with a Holga 35mm camera, it’s fun to play with film! 🙂a travel photo of a church walkway in nova scotia

a travel photo of a man sitting at the farmers market in halifax nova scotia

a travel photo of the farmers market in halifax nova scotia

a travel photo of a person walking on a boardwalk in cape breton nova scotia

maritimes travel photography

a travel photo of the red sands beach lighthouse in pei