Here are a few more shots from Sable Island that I took in December. Critiscm encouraged.
Crossover Flats Dunescape
This is an area called CrossoverFlats which is so called because it is one of the easier points on the island where one can cross over to the South side. I always find the dunescape appealing; especially when there is a nice sky.
South Beach East Light Cut at sunrise
Our cabin looks out onto the South Beach. In the morning we sit, drink coffee and watch the sun rise. On many mornings I would run out of the cabin to take photos of the rising sun before the sun became too intense. It was usually somewhere between 730 and 8am.
North Beach surf at sunset
The sunset on this day was incredible. Unfortunately, I missed the best (a huge brilliant orange sun sinking below the horizon on the south side) because I got carried away taking photos of the surf in the sunset light. This was one of the two best shots that I got. I like it because the wave is breaking right across the photo.
This is the light that can be seen from our cabin on the east side of the island. Just to the right, are some ruins of the previous lighthouse. The dark clumps of what looks like dirt on the dune is peat, presumed to be from the last ice age. In this photo you can also see the east end of the island tailoring off into the distance.