Halls Harbour, Nova Scotia

by Tim Harris on May 8, 2010

I had a chance to visit Halls Harbour last week while on a road trip to visit our Associates around the province. I have two images of the harbour. The first one is a web cam image of where I stood to get the shot

A little guy in a big pond

and the second is the actual panoramic photo I captured. And lastly the link is attached to the Halls Harbour web cam.

Fronm the Halls Harbour web site. “Our community is located in the southwest region of Nova Scotia, Canada – a very diverse and interesting area.

Halls Harbour lends it name both to the small fishing hamlet and to the wider community which takes up an area roughly 5 kilometers square. On the south the area overlooks the Annapolis Valley, on the north overlooking the Bay of Fundy,on the east Sheffield Vault and on the west Chipman Brook.The area is very scenic and the hamlet itself has been declared a Tourism Destination Area. The area boasts a fine restaurant and lobster pound, overnight accommodations, artists studio, antiques and artisans galleries. Check out our links to learn more about visiting the area and what we have to offer.

Ducks Out Of Water


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