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🇨🇦 Ultimate Travel Photography Road Trip: Nova Scotia 🇨🇦
Canadian province should be a must for anyone who likes colorful photos, rugged beauty and amazing music.
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I’ve been to some of the greatest travel photography locations in the world, and that includes New Zealand, Paris, Tokyo and that incredible remote island in British Columbia’s Sunshine Coast called Savary.
The province of Nova Scotia also easily makes my top 5 list.
I told you a few weeks ago about the wild colors of southern Nova Scotia towns like Lunenburg, Mahone Bay and Peggy’s Cove. But now, in the latest edition of #PhotowalksTV, we explore more of Nova Scotia, from Yarmouth in the south to the outer world Cape Breton in the north, which is home to Scottish traditions like traditional fiddle playing in pubs, concerts, on the streets and in the neighborhood Ceilidh. As a music and photography obsessive, trust me, I was in another world for this trip.
As always, I filmed the entire episode on two iPhones: the 14 and 15 Pro Max, Samsung Galaxy S23+, GoPro Hero 12 and DJI Mavic Air 2S. (Gear list!) The thumbnail for the video, as seen below, was a drone shot.
I’d love for you to take a look at the latest episode, which is longer than usual, at 24 minutes. But you’ll get my enthusiasm for Nova Scotia within the first 60 seconds, I promise.
I’ll be back at you with a more in-depth written guide to where to go and what to do in the Province, as planning can be daunting. Coming soon.