North Saanich, Canada
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I love being on the Atlantic coast of Nova Scotia, Canada in the Fall. There's always a few storms to provide some great seascapes, and so many places to get vantage points. This boomer hit the end of a long rocky point of land in St. Margaret's Bay, near the village of Peggy's Cove. Since the rocks are about 4 meters out of the water, this plume of spray was around 12 meters high (close to 40 feet). The storm had not reached gale proportions but night was coming on rapidly and the rain along with it, so the 50+shots I had taken already would have to do.
March 10th, 2013
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