The cliffs of Cape d'Or in Nova Scotia, Canada is an ideal place to stay, enjoy a fine meal and watch some of the most stunning sunsets that you may ever see. The lighthouse sits at the closest edge along the water as the rock jetty continues down to the water's surface where the tide crashes against the Cape d' Or coastline.In the lighthouse, the kitchen is where the chefs create their own gourmet meals for the guests that stay at the Cape d'Or Lighthouse or for people who visit the area. As you enjoy your mouth watering meal take in the breathtaking scenery that overlooks the bay as sunsets of amazing colors fill the Nova Scotia sky.The lunch menu at the lighthouse is kept fairly simple for the guests but as evening begins to move in, the dinner menu becomes much more extravagant as people love to come to this laid back atmosphere for the good food and outstanding views. If you are staying at the Cape d'Or Lighthouse in Nova Scotia, journey across the cliff to the Lightkeeper's residence.This house was made into a guest house where there are four bedrooms, each being able to accommodate a varied number of people, two with a shared bathroom and two with private bathrooms. On the main floor there is a common room for everyone to share where you can sit in the serenity of Cape d'Or, Nova Scotia and look out over the Bay of Fundy. If you would rather sit inside in the comfort of the common room instead of taking in the fresh air on the cliff, this would be the best room to watch the sun rise in the morning.A good night's sleep at the Cape d'Or Lighthouse is usually part of the package unless the bay becomes fogged in and then you will listen to the foghorn echoing. This is a unique place to stay while in Nova Scotia and it is truly one of the most amazing places for the scenery.Cape d'Or Lighthouse at sunset, Cape d'Or, Cape Chignecto, Bay of Fundy, Fundy Shore Ecotour, Glooscap Trail, Highway 209, Minas Channel, Nova Scotia, Canada.
I photographed this photo with the digital SLR camera model Canon EOS-1Ds Mark II, aperture of f/5.6, exposure time of 1/100 sec. on ISO 200, as always I used a original Canon Lens, the focus lenght for this picture was 62mm.
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