All things from the Maritimes
A Brisk Spring Morning by sharrafrost
McLaughlin Nature Park, Moncton New Brunswick

A Brisk Spring Morning by sharrafrost

McLaughlin Nature Park, Moncton New Brunswick

Waiting by imonline

Chance Harbour, New Brunswick

Waiting by imonline

Chance Harbour, New Brunswick
Biking/Walking Trail by *imonline
Saint John, New Brunswick

Biking/Walking Trail by *imonline

Saint John, New Brunswick

Discover Saint John, New Brunswick

New Brunswick

New Brunswick

apulsatingheart:

People have always asked me why I like Cemetries so much. I’m not morbid or a grave digger as I’ve been accused (Some people really are crazy); I just simply love the history behind them.

For example, the three pictures I have attached above are from a cemetry in St. Andrews, New Brunswick - where I lived last year.

St. Andrews is a town FULL of history, and honestly I probably only know about 50% of it, even though I spent 5 months there. The gravestones date all the way back to 1832. That’s 180 years old. How is that NOT fascinating? These people had a place in shaping our history.

I don’t know about you, but I really do find them fascinating. Especially ones with rich history like this.

fuckyeahcanadianpride:

Fundy National Park, New Brunswick, Canada.

fuckyeahcanadianpride:

Fundy National Park, New Brunswick, Canada.

fuckyeahcanadianpride:

Mactaquac, New Brunswick, Canada.

fuckyeahcanadianpride:

Mactaquac, New Brunswick, Canada.

Fundy National Park, New Brunswick

Fundy National Park, New Brunswick