Tuesday, July 26, 2011
The two sides of Newfoundland
You can see the difference in the east and west coastlines. This photograph was taken on a beautiful sunny day from one of the western most points of land looking south from Gros Morne provincial park to Trout River, a shoreline village hidden in the inlet behind that first jutting promontory.
The western coastline is rugged and drops into the water abruptly in many places, covered in craggy rock faces and timber that can't easily be reached.
Above - looking west along a river valley on the way to Gros Morne
Beautiful Newfoundland - one of Canada's treasures.