A little cottage in Indian Harbour sits on a rise overlooking a small cove. We are about 26 miles southwest of Halifax on the eastern shores of St. Margaret’s Bay. This will be our home base for two weeks while in Nova Scotia.
I became obsessed with the view from our bedroom window…it changes almost minute by minute. The photo gallery will show the many faces of the aged and worn cedar sided structures sitting on the edge of the Atlantic. Perhaps a dozen or more times a day travelers turn off on Middle Point Road, stop and raise their cameras to capture the image of the cottages huddled together above the shoreline. The high and low tidal waters change the landscape significantly. This place was here long before we were and will be here long after. The vast horizon line reminds me how large our world really is.
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