Cape Tryon always on my to-do list when I visit Prince Edward Island. It’s the one place I visit every time I’m there. It has all of my favorite landscape photography hallmarks: dramatic ocean views, a picturesque shoreline, a lighthouse and endless fields. The cliffs are elevated about 30 meters over the sea and feature thousands of nesting birds. It’s all amazing – and it isn’t very well-known either, so there are few visitors.
Whale watching is big business in the Canadian province of Quebec. While driving from the capital, Quebec City, to the Atlantic shore of the Gaspe Peninsula, you’ll see dozens of whale-watching businesses. You can find a whale-watching tour for any taste or budget — from 500-passenger multi-deck boats to small sea kayaks that carry only a few people at a time.
But if you’re like me and your primary attraction is travel and landscape photography, I would recommend taking a whale-watching tour on the south side of Forillion National Park.
I have to start by saying that I love New York. It’s probably the most rewarding place for any travel photographer or any photo enthusiast because there’s something interesting around every corner. It’s a rare place where you can walk around aimlessly without any plans for what to photograph and still be rewarded with endless photo opportunities.