Newfoundland Photography

Travel Stock Images By Shirley Lannoo

Newfoundland/Labrador, the last province to join Canada in 1949 is one big beautiful island (and a giant rock on the mainline) with a shoreline scattered with scenic fishing villages and towns. The people are friendly, love music, and know how to have a good time. The back yards on Newfoundland are full of moose which the locals regularly harvest along with the fish in the sea. A paradise for visitors who live with the locals (Bed & Breakfasts) since motels are few and far between.

     
Dock Anchor
     
Anchor Cemetery
     
Evening at Port
     
Evening at Port
     
Lobster Traps


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Caption List:

1. Commercial Fishing Vessels. At Harbour Grace, Newfoundland, Canada, at dockside, fishing boats, in early morning light.

2. Commercial Fishing Vessels. At Harbour Grace, Newfoundland, Canada, at dockside, fishing boats, in early morning light.

3. Fishing Net Drying on Dock. Harbour Grace, Newfoundland. Docked fishing boat with nets laid out on dock drying.

4. Dock Anchor. Dock Anchor for fishing boats at Harbour Grace, Newfoundland, Canada.

5. Blackhead, Newfoundland Seaview. A look out to see at Blackhead, Newfoundland on a quiet day.

6. Western Bay, Newfoundland, Canada. A small harbour view at Western Bay, Newfoundland, Canada

7. Anchor Cemetery. Old small boat anchors rusting on shore at Bay DeVerde, Newfoundland, Canada.

8. Bay DeVerde, Scenic. A view of Bay DeVerde, Newfoundland, Canada on a bright warm day.

9. Bay DeVerde, Scenic. A view of Bay DeVerde, Newfoundland, Canada on a bright warm day.

10. Bay DeVerde, Scenic. A view of Bay DeVerde, Newfoundland, Canada on a bright warm day showing a good view of the harbour.

11. Dildo Village, Newfoundland, Canada. Small harbour near Dildo, Newfoundland, Canada.

12. Waterfall at Cox Cove, Nfld, Cda.. A small waterfall near the coast at Cox Cove, Nfld., in early evening.

13. Small Fishing Boats. A pair of fishing boats on launch pad on the Atlantic at Cox Cove, Newfoundland, Canada.

14. Window Rock at Portland Creek. A popular tourist/picnic stop at Portland Creek, Newfoundland

15. Evening at Port. A group of fishing boats at sunset at Port au Choix, Newfoundland, Canada.

16. Large Boats in Drydock. Workmen on drydock at Port au Choix, Newfoundland, Canada

17. Evening at Port. A group of fishing boats at sunset at Port au Choix, Newfoundland, Canada.

18. Small Boats at Ocean Edge. Two small fishing boats pulled ashore for the night at Port au Choix, Newfoundland, Canada

19. Sailboat At Norris Point. Sailboat on water at Norris Point, Newfoundland

20. View of Twillingate, Newfoundland. An anchor rests behind the museum overlooking a small habitation at Twillingate, Newfoundland, Canada

21. From Island Harbour, Nfld.. Island Harbour is a Ferry dock on the mainland for visitors and habitants on their way to Fogo Island, Newfoundland.

22. Island Harbour Doc. Island Harbour dock on the Newfoundland mainland servicing the visitors on inhabitants of Fogo Island, Newfoundland, Canada.

23. Fishinf Shack on Fogo Island, Nfld. A colourful fishing shack on the shores of Fogo Island, Newfoundland, Canada

24. The Interior, Fogo Island. Water holes, large and small rocks, small shrubs and trees on the interior of Fogo Island, Newfoundland

25. Lobster Traps. Lobster traps grace the shoreline of a small fishing village on Fogo Island, Newfoundland, Canada

26. Scenic Cape Bonavista. Near the site of John Cabot's landing in 1497 lies the old Cape Bonavista Lighthouse on rugged rocky outcrops overlooking the Atlantic ocean.

27. Scenic Cape Bonavista Lighthouse. Near the site of John Cabot's landing in 1497 lies the old Cape Bonavista Lighthouse on rugged rocky outcrops overlooking the Atlantic ocean.

28. Signal Hill, Newfoundland. Signal Hill is a hill which overlooks the city of St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. Due to its strategic placement overlooking the harbour, fortifications have been placed on the hill since the mid 17th century.

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