Sunday, September 29, 2013

McNabs Island Visit

A few weeks back, some friends invited me to join them for a day trip to McNabs Island, a small island at the mouth of the Halifax harbour with a big history. While the island once played an important role in defending the harbour, it is now a quiet provincial park restricted only to those who take the short boat ride over. We spent a number of hours roaming through the old military bunkers, walking the beaches and exploring the landscape. The following few photographs were mostly taken in Fort McNab, but also on Maugher Beach and throughout the other fortifications.

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