With a storm coming through during the night, conditions looked interesting for sunrise out at Peggy’s Cove, cloud transitioning to sun, and the swell expected to be somewhere in the 7-10 foot range. I decided to haul myself out of bed at 5:30am and try to be there to see if something would happen. Fourty-five minutes of driving, two hours of hiking, and 700 photos later, I think I can say it was worth it.
Amazing clouds hung around all day, only to disappear as I drove out for sunset. There wasn’t a lot of light once I arrived, but still some moody skies and nice crashing waves.
Not the best light for this photo, and full of people so was difficult to get a clean view. Sadly however I won’t get another chance to try, the Teacup on PEI’s north shore did not survive Hurricane Fiona a few weeks after this was taken.
Undoubtedly one of the best nights of the year. My wife and I went out to Lawrencetown Beach for sunset to find not only that the ever present fog was mostly lifted, but it was warm and vibing and absolutely beautiful.
A very rare catch at Peggy’s Cove, primarily because you virtually never would be able to isolate just one subject with how popular this place is. We spend a beautiful May evening here on the rocks with family and it was well worth the trip.