While on Prince Edward Island (one of Canada’s Maritime Provinces), my wife and I submersed ourselves in its many moods and manners. A place where sunlit skies, fog, mist and sea storms can happen in quick successions. It was a wondrous time chasing the ever-changing light that quickly would transform the landscape.
This particular image was captured near Cape Bear lighthouse on the eastern shore of the island. The rust tinted water is due to the iron oxide present in the soil. A striking contrast to the blue-gray Atlantic waters on this windy, rain swept day.