Kejimkujik Seaside – a delight

Kejimkujik Seaside, national park, Nova Scotian beach

Beaches, beaches and more beaches.  This past weekend I had the pleasure of walking on three different Nova Scotian beaches.  The last beach was at the Kejimkujik Seaside, a part of Kejimkujik  National Park.  There we walked from the parking lot across about 2 km of barrens to the shore where we took to “shorter” path along the shore in a northerly (left) direction.  This map shows the alternate paths.  The walking for the first couple kilometers is not difficult, but the beach walking includes cobbles and rocks where some climbing is necessary to get to the great views and to best see the seals.

There are always great things to photograph at the beach.  Small streams of water create fascinating patterns in the sand that this photographer could not resist.

The longer walk around Port Jolie Head is also a great walk.

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