Twenty years ago they built a massive bridge from Prince Edward Island to the mainland (a fixed link). The bridge in today’s watercolour is not that bridge. It is however a fixed link that makes it possible to travel over a bit of water on the confederation trail.
In Eastern PEI there is a gem. That gem is the beach at Basin Head. You can walk for a good spell on these “singing sands” (the sand squeaks or sings as you walk on it). In July the beach will be full of relaxing locals and tourists. In early June however you can go there and almost have the place to yourself.
Today’s watercolour Never Far from the Sea is a visual truism for someone who lives on an island the size of P.E.I. The weather, the land, the occupations, and opportunities that exist in this place all relate in one way or another to the ocean that surrounds us.
Today’s watercolour is another view of the Homestead Trail on the north shore of Prince Edward Island.
Today’s watercolour is of the Hillsborough River in Prince Edward Island. This time of year on the island everything is so vibrant. We’ve had our fair share of rain over the past month and the plants love it.
Today’s watercolour is a portion of the “Homestead Trail”. This is one of the beautiful walking trails that exist in the National Parks on Prince Edward Island.
Today’s watercolour is of a rural water tower. Towers tend to dominate the landscape and become focal points that draw people to them. Whether they be Eiffel or water a good tower tends to get us looking up.