I live in a town called, Grand Falls-Windsor, which is located in Newfoundland, Canada. The Exploits River runs along the edge of town and it offers so much for those who take the time to explore it. It is a photographer’s paradise and I have spent countless hours capturing its beauty.

Here are a few of my pictures that I have captured as I went for an evening stroll through the Sanger Park trail.

The Exploits River - Hanging out on the Sanger Park trail

The Exploits River - Hanging out on the Sanger Park trail

Aromatic wild phlox were in full bloom and the warm air was heavy with their scent.

The Exploits River - Hanging out on the Sanger Park trail

The apple tree blossoms waited for the bees to visit.

The Exploits River - Hanging out on the Sanger Park trail

Years of romantic gestures accumulated and preserved.

The Exploits River - Hanging out on the Sanger Park trail

The Exploits River - Hanging out on the Sanger Park trail

Seagulls flew overhead as they searched the water for their next meal.

The Exploits River - Hanging out on the Sanger Park trail

The beaver’s was out for the evening. J But the family fortress stood strong.

The Exploits River - Hanging out on the Sanger Park trail

The beauty never ends…

The Exploits River - Hanging out on the Sanger Park trail