Alain Melanson, an employee at the Fort Anne National Historic Site in the town of Annapolis Royal , conducts candelight graveyard tours several times a week.
A Humpback Whale shows off for whale watchers in the Bay of Fundy waters off Digby Neck in southwestern Nova Scotia. Each summer and fall the Bay of Fundy is populated by hundreds of whales of all varieties including the endangered Right Whale.
Scallop shucking is one of the featured events at the annual Digby Scallop Festival and even the seniors get into the act as they compete among themselves to see if the old skills remain.
Whale watching on the Bay of Fundy off of Digby Neck in southwest Nova Scotia
The Western Lighthouse sits on the basalt rock shoreline of Brier Island at the end of Digby Neck in southwest Nova Scotia
Night Time envelopes the lighthouse at Prim Point near Digby in southwestern Nova Scotia