Tonight is setting day eve, where lobster fisherfolk head out in the morning and set their traps. For Islanders this is an exciting day as the lobster fisheries is big part of our economy. For some, they baited their traps & loaded their boats on the weekend. For others, they will wait till the morning
My hometown paper, The Guardian, selected this cute photo for the cover on today’s paper. Today’s paper also includes some additional photos from the Santa Claus popup photo sessions at the Confederation Court Mall! Be sure to check it out.
Life inside the Atlantic bubble has been pretty good. Outside some spurts of COVID19 activity which is usually controlled, we’ve been pretty lax & lucky down here. As Greg Mercer wrote for The Globe & Mail, “the East Coast is healthy and thriving under some of the country’s toughest health rules. Here’s how they did
Not too often does the maritimes make it into the New York times, let alone their landing page photo. But after schools reopened on Prince Edward Island, they selected one of my photos taken for Reuters, as a landing page photo on their front page! In addition to this, they have since also utilized another
I am continuing my piece on PEI Waterfalls and this post features Knox Dam. Now technically it is not really a waterfall but Knox Dam is a very popular destination for Island photographers. It is located a short distance away from Montague and has a very popular Bed & Breakfast next to it. To follow
On Friday, June 5th we had a rather large protest on PEI. It was for the #BlackLivesMatter protests and the crowd that gathered was nothing short of …well, huge. It was the largest protest on Prince Edward Island that I have witnessed and it had a tremendous response. It started at the Coles building where
May 30th was a rainy and weird day. At 430am, it looked rather nice out however by late morning this had taken a turn. It was rather rainy and miserable. I wanted to head out to snap some photos during the day and debated on where to go. Since rainy days are great for capturing
Prince Edward Island’s tourism sector is going to take a tough hit this coming Summer as COVID-19 is devastating the economy. I write this although I am optimistic that we will be able to pull further ahead than anticipated. In slowdowns of the past, the Island usually will see more tourists visiting from Nova Scotia