During the summer we journeyed across Newfoundland in Canada including a short stay on the Bonavista Peninsula.
Whilst there we walked the Skerwink Trail, regarded as one of the finest walks in Canada. At 4.5km long the trail should take just over an hour but when you're dashing to and from the cliff edge to photograph the stunning coastline you can expect to spend upwards of 3 hours there.
This is a small series of photographs taken from among the trees and bushes along the cliff path (but mainly off the path!) looking out at the Skerwink Rocks and the deserted coves, accessible only by boat.
Nikon D610 | Sigma 35mm F1.8 | ISO 200 | F11 | 25s - 104s