Green Cove Waves, Cape Breton

I just cannot get enough of the waves and rocky shores in Atlantic Canada. At Green Cove in Cape Breton, I stood on top of one of the highland cliffs and looked down to the boulders below.

I made these images using my polarizing filter and exposing for half a second to capture the movement of the ocean. The only difference between them is the size of the wave.

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    • Anne McKinnell says

      Hi Charlie, yes the prairies and the mountains are both beautiful, but nothing compares to the ocean in my mind. I couldn’t live without it.

    • Anne McKinnell says

      Hi Chris, I’m glad because I’m sure I will have many more “on the rocks” type images coming up! Thanks for the comment.

    • Anne McKinnell says

      Thanks Marc. I loved the red rocks in both PEI and Cape Breton, they make for different seascapes than I have seen before.

    • Anne McKinnell says

      Hi Adam, great to see you here, thanks for the visit. I probably have 50-70 images of these rocks, I just couldn’t stop. It was so much fun, I love doing the long exposures on the water.

  1. Anne McKinnell says

    Morris, wow, you don’t know how happy it makes me that my image brings out those emotions. I too miss the ocean terribly when I am inland for any period of time. It always feels like coming home, even when I am at an ocean on the other side of the country. (I am from the Pacific.) I love the taste of the salt on my lips from the sea spray. Thank you so much for your visit and your wonderful words.

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