Sunday, May 09, 2010

south coast. just one image


paddling south coast of newfoundland. mainly cliffs. big ones. gigantic. gargantuan ones. ah, but you can't imagine (unless you've been in any) but here, in a small harbour just off, a view from man o'war cove (resettled - aren't they all!). no cliffs, surprisely, just a pretty little harbour.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Looks beautiful. Was this taken on a kayak trip?

Joe
Occasional Kayaker

the cuby poet said...

WOW just blown away by the beauty contained within your blog. I have only dipped in so far but I will definitely be back.
Claire

Alison Dyer said...

Yes, Joe, taken summer 2009 on a kayak trip on the south coast of NL near Baie d'espoir.

Thank you Claire. I'm afraid I haven't been keeping up the blog. But am hoping to get back to doing so after some summer trips.

Kayak Rack Mack said...

That's a nice shot, Now seems like it would be the best time of year to do that up there.

-Mack
Florida Keys

Alison Dyer said...

KRM - it is one of the most exquisite places to kayak, not only around Newfoundland. But I should post photos from this trip that show the enormous cliffs & fjords that are the true expression of this near deserted coastline... I've not kept up blog for sometime as I've developed tendonitis in right elbow & not paddling - has changed life dramatically (-vely). Enuf self-pity!