Typical small boat winch ramp on the coast.
Typical rugged wet landscape of the southern granite coast of Newfoundland near Port-aux-Basques and Ile Aux Morts.
Typical sleepy coastal fishing town around a protected arm/inlet harbour.
Beautiful lush windswept Codroy valley with ancient mountains and glacier carved fjords.
The cod fishery in Newfoundland is mostly dead. As is this particular codfish.
View of the Bay of Islands on the hike up to Cape Blow Me Down.
Look back down from the barren and windy peak back towards Lark Harbour and the Blow Me Down Mountains and Provincial Park.
Another view of the Bay of Islands and Humber Arm as the clouds gather before a rainstorm.
Scenic Bottle Cove near Lark Harbour as the tide recedes.
The open sea beyond the well protected Bottle Cove entrance.
The headlands and beaches at the midpoint of the Green Garden trail in Gros Morne national park.
Local sheep from Trout River farmers are pastured in the summer on the grass fields of the Green Garden fmountain flanks. Coyotes nab a few sheep a year, as evidenced by some carcasses along the trail.
Sea stack and verdent headlands extending along the Green Garden trail into the distance.
Lush grass and ferns in the Green Garden surrounding basaltic erratics.
Coastal rubble and basalt volcanic sea stacks along the Green Garden trail.
Lots of varying rock types along the coast.
Rainclouds part over the Tablelands area of Gros Morne National Park.
Water taxiing up Western Brook Pond towards the backcountry trailhead.
Hiking up the head of Western Brook Pond fjord towards the famous Gros Morne viewpoint.
The famous Western Brook Pond postcard and promo photo point as the clouds clear and the sun comes out.
The guided backcountry hiking tour group pauses for lunch in one of the most scenic picnic spots possible.
Looking south across the Long Range Mountains traverse backcountry hike area at the head of Western Brook Pond fjord.
Looking down the fjord from the end of the hike at the table headland. Tuckamore and alpine vegetation makes it hard to assess the grand scale of the place.
Camera panoramic view of the head of Western Brook Pond fjord.