Lunenburg is a small town in the province of Nova Scotia, Canada, about 90 km from Halifax, on the Atlantic coast. The name of the city is in honor of the King of Great Britain, George II, who was also Duke of Brunswick-Lunenburg. Today the city is an important port and shipbuilding center that houses numerous industries. Among them is one of the largest fish processing plants in North America. This city has a strong economy, which is due to its privileged geographical position. The beauty of the place is mainly due to its unique architecture, which is a perfect example of British colonial building in North America. One of the most famous places is the schooner Bluenose, which is one of the main tourist attractions. The first inhabitants of the city came from various places, such as Germany, Switzerland and France and this has influenced the lifestyle of the region. This city has a great tradition and recently celebrated its 250th anniversary, making it a place with great tradition and culture. This site is considered a world heritage site by UNESCO.
This was taken on one of my favorite days ever. It began by waking up as the only two people in an isolated and beautiful campsite, and was following by an amazing full-day kayaking tour along the cape on the Nova Scotia side of the Bay of Fundy. Eagles were soaring around us and cormorants perched on the rocks watched us pass. This picture is of a rock formation called The Three Sisters we saw while kayaking. The day ended with us frying up fresh fish on our camp stove on a deserted rocky beach, and heading back to our beautiful camp ground.