Newfoundland Travel Blog - Sunrises and Sunsets

Updated: Jan 22

Many of us spend years "chasing the dream" in our 9 to 5 jobs. This was certainly the case for me but, after my retirement, I saw that life had more possibilities than previously imagined. As a lover of nature and owner of a small vacation rental in Pouch Cove, I often explore the outdoors, take photos, and share my experiences with guests in order to help them plan their vacation. Here are some photos of my amazing sunset and sunrise experiences. #sunrise, #sunset

A shimmering light reflects off the ocean surface in Pouch Cove, Newfoundland as the sun rises over the horizon.
Sunrise on the coast of Pouch Cove, Newfoundland.

Gull soaring over the ocean as the orange sunrise breaks through the distant horizon.
Gull soaring over the ocean as the sun rises on the distant horizon.

At dawn, a coast guard is seen in Pouch Cove harbour advancing toward a glistening beam of light atop the ocean surface .
As the coast guard approaches Shoe Cove Island it enters a sunbeam along the sea surface.

As the sun rises on the coast, its rays cause the thick ice on the trees to shimmer pink.
The pink sunrise illuminates trees laden with winter ice.

This image portrays a man standing on a grassy cliff facing the morning's pink sky.
While standing on the coast surrounded by nature, take in the peace and splendor of the sun breaking the horizon.

On the coast, the autumn sunrise filtering through bare branches casts hues of pink and blue over the landscape.
Through bare branches, the Autumn sunrise on the coast casts pink and blue hues over the land.

The sun setting over a forest clearing in Newfoundland reflects shadows of pink, and yellow atop a pond's calm surface.
As the sun sets over St. John's, reflections of trees and clouds are captured atop the calm surface of a pond.

On the calm surface of a small pond, trees bordering its perimeter are beautifully reflected by the setting sun.
In a forest clearing, reflections of clouds and trees are captured on the calm waters of a pond.

Low lying cloud cover emits tones of pink and yellow atop grassy banks on the Pouch Cove coastline.
Stratified clouds absorb the yellow and pink hues of a sunset atop a grassy coastline.

In the midst of a veil of pink, yellow, and blue hues, silhouettes of trees and clouds reflect on the calm surface of a pond.
Reflections of trees and clouds are captured atop the still surface of a pond as the sun sets in St. John's.

Take time to relax and to enjoy Mother Nature's gifts during your time in Newfoundland. As the most eastern point in Canada, we are the first to welcome the morning sun and to bid it farewell at the end of the day. Please follow my Newfoundland Travel Blog to see my work on some other popular tourist attractions in eastern Newfoundland. I'd be delighted to hear from you so why not contact me today? #skyphotography, #pouchcove, #newfoundland, #newfoundlandtravel, #nature, #naturephotography, #coast, #horizon, #bay


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