Anyone that knows us, knows that we love the water. We always find the water where ever we go (that and food markets, but I digress). Peggy’s Cove is a popular photography place with it’s iconic lighthouse and multitude of photographs littering the internet. So we figured it was our turn to experience it for ourselves.
We planned a trip to Nova Scotia that included both Cape Breton Island, Peggy’s Cove, and Lunenburg. Check out more here.
We found Peggy’s Cove to be fantastically picturesque. It was stunning to take in… almost like props were set there for photography. The iconic lobster traps, the colorful lobster boats, and rustic docks overlooking the bay. Wow!
The weather cleared for us for 2 full days when we were in Peggy’s Cove and Lunenburg… then the fog rolled back in. It gave us just long enough to get some great sunset shots in this magical place.
I found the bay to be so much more picturesque than the lighthouse. But thankfully I was the only one who thought so, as I had the bay to myself while hoards of tourists climbed all over the lighthouse.