North Saanich, Canada
Annapolis Valley No.1
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The Annapolis Valley of Nova Scotia, Canada, is a very fertile stretch of farms and orchards running down the south-west side of Nova Scotia from Windsor to the general area of Digby. The valley is virtually flat, nestled between two ridges of hills, North and South Mountain, and has been settled since the mid 1600's. The largest crop is apples, but a huge variety of other fruits and vegetables are also grown. North Mountain separates the Valley from the tidal waters of the Bay of Fundy, and it's various associated bays. In this picture, taken from the lookout on North Mountain near the village of Canning, the waters of Minas Basin form a large indentation in the coastline.
April 3rd, 2013
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