Postcards from New Brunswick
I get it. I have said the same thing about growing up with the constant opportunity to see the northern lights. They were just there. It wasn’t until I left that I learned what a remarkable phenomenon they truly are.
For us, like it is for many who see the northern lights for the first time, the tides of the Bay enraptured us completely, day after day. It wasn’t enough to view them, we photographed them from every angle and bounced around in kayaks on top of them. In fact, their effect grace so many of our final photos from the province that you may believe that is all we did.
But our newfound love extends beyond the shoreline — it’s in the charming cities, the welcoming people, the animals who wowed us, and the nourishing energy we felt. The production of every single one of our photos and words come from a place of pure and sincere admiration. Our awe of New Brunswick may be new to us, but this most certainly will not have been our last visit.
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Great postcards! The sunset of Hopewell Rocks is my favorite of the bunch.
I grew up in New Brunswick, but lived in Calgary, Alberta for 10 years before moving to San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua. I’ve been there for almost five years now. Like your friend Alison, when I return to Canada for visits I have a completely new appreciation for all the beauty in my home country.
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Great photos! Love the aerial shots. Makes me want to get a drone! Almost 🙂
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Great shots! Are you gonna be making them into physical postcards?
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Beautiful. Simply beautiful.
I grew up in Fredericton so I’m partial to those photos, but they are all great and remind me of many happy memories from growing up there and from my trip back home a week ago.
Currently I’m living in Texas so I don’t get back to NB very often as I’m often out exploring other parts of the world when I do get vacation time. This past trip though really reminded me of the beauty of my own country and province and I appreciated it (and miss it!) more now then I ever have in the almost 20 years since I’ve been gone.
What a stunning tribute to NB guys. I’m so glad you discovered what I’ve been (re)discovering; New Brunswick really is Canada’s hidden gem.
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Perfect, as always!
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Stunning photography! Love the site. You make it look so inviting.
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Those postcard look stunning! I especially love the aerial shots!
What a gorgeous set of postcards! I have got to get to this area someday!!!
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