On the morning of July 29th, the sunrise shoot was actually cancelled this morning (the one and only time). It was raining so whoever had gotten up went back to sleep. We met later on and went into town and took some photos in the gardens of a restaurant (JavaJack's)
Panning shot of flowers in the garden.
It was cloudy for the day (but no rain) so we were able to head out to the beach for some afternoon shooting. We went to Hogsweed Beach in the afternoon.
Ivar and Georgia (Bruce in background) taking a break.
Alice admiring the rocks.
Dorothy hard at work.
Natalie reviewing her photographs
An abstract view of canoes at Noris Point.
The next morning we went back to Norris Point and the surrounding area.
This photo was taken at a beach south of Green Point.
Our destination for the afternoon was Western Brook Pond. Western Brook Pond is a fjord in the Longe Range Mountains, the most northern section of the Appalachian Mountains. We had tickets for the boat ride through the fjords which meant a 30 minute hike to get to the dock.
Some of the scenery along the way.
This was the boat we were supposed to take. Unfortunately, the ride was cancelled due to the foggy conditions. Oh well an excuse for me to go back someday.
We walked back to the vans on the same trail but since there was no rush, I had more time to check out the scenery.
Later on in the day we found ourselves back at No Name Beach.
Our last stop of the day was Green Point Beach. I think this was my favorite place in the park.
When we first arrived it was so foggy that you couldn't see much at all but it got better. This time, I spent my time on top of the cliffs looking down at the water.