A walking tour at Wasson Bluff near Parrsboro where the remains of a dinosaur are being uncovered by a group of geologists from the Fundy Geological Centre
Spicer's Cove Brook at Spicers Cove on the edge of Cape Chignecto Provincial Park.
Beach views at Spicers Cove on the edge of Cape Chignecto Provincial Park.
Sunset on the Thomas Cove Road at Upper Economy along the Glooscap Trail
Scarlet blueberry fields dominate the landscape on the Glooscap Trail in Cumberland County at East Mapleton
Blueberry fields on the Newville road between Parrsboro and Southampton turn scarlet during the fall
Dave MacKay preparing one of Dave's Breakfasts in the kitchen of the Sunshine Inn in Parrsboro
Kayakers explore the 'Three Sisters' rock formations that rise from the waters of the Bay of Fundy at Eatonville in Cape Chignecto Provincial Park. At low tide, it is possible to walk on the sea bottom around these rocks.
A retired geologist leads a group attending the annual Rock and Gem Show in nearby Parrsboro on an interpretitive walk along the shores of the geological-rich Bay of Fundy at Five Island Provincial Park
Aerial views of the shore of the upper Bay of Fundy. See GPS coordinates for exact locations
These colourful cliffs at Five Islands Provincial Park are typical of those found all along shores of the Bay of Fundy in Nova Scotia. The world's highest tides occur twice daily in the Bay and at low tide visitors can walk the ocean floor in search of fossils and other marine treasures.