At the entrance to Bottle Cove at the end of Humber Arm near Lark Harbour, Newfoundland sits unique rock formations which were formed during the last ice age. A vast amount of glacial ice forced the earth's crust down and when the ice began to melt the sea flooded the landscape.Many years of the waves crashing continuously against the coastline and eroding the landscape, created fascinating carved features into the cliffs. When the ice disappeared, the land rose and so did these amazing rock formations with their special features.Across Bottle Cove, you can view the town of Little Port, Newfoundland. This town can be reached by boat or you can drive to the end of the south shore highway and park near the docks. This is a great little area to do some hiking amongst the wilderness of Newfoundland.Bottle Cove and Lark Harbour are also excellent places to do some canoeing or kayaking and explore the region from the water. You will find beautiful coves, bays and beaches along the coastline of Newfoundland.View across Bottle Cove towards the townsite of Little Port at the end of the Humber Arm near Lark Harbour, Newfoundland, Canada.
I photographed this photo with the digital SLR camera model Canon EOS-1Ds Mark II, aperture of f/6.3, exposure time of 1/125 sec. on ISO 100, as always I used a original Canon Lens, the focus lenght for this picture was 42mm.
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