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Travelogue: Fortress of Louisbourg

July 28-29, 2017

The fortified town of Louisbourg served as capital to the French colony of Île Royale (present day Cape Breton Island), during a time of fierce competition for North American dominance between European powers. 1,055 more words


The Cabot Trail, CBI

The Cabot Trail is a scenic roadway on Cape Breton Island that completes a loop around the northern tip of the island, passing along and through the Cape Breton Highlands. 602 more words

Canada: Coast to Coast - The Maritimes

“In my day, the rich kids ate bologna and the poor kids ate lobster.”  – My mother

It wasn’t my first visit to the Maritimes, comprised of… 3,761 more words


Travelogue: Cape Breton Island Part One

July 25-26, 2017
While Cape Breton Island is part of the province of Nova Scotia, it has a look and feel all its own. European influences arrived early in these eastern extremes of North America. 1,941 more words


North Atlantic Ocean

By Hiroshi Sugimoto, Cape Breton Island, 1996

Conceptual Photography

St. Peter's Catholic

Paroisse Saint-Pierre is located in the village of Cheticamp on Cape Breton Island, Canada.  The church was built in 1893 in the French-Canadean Neo-classical style of architecture similar to churches near Quebec.  60 more words


Lost in the ethereal blues...

Lost in the ethereal blues, whites, and greys of an infinite horizon. Photographed along the Atlantic coastline of Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia. 8 more words