Saturday, August 11, 2012
The Red Cliffs Of Prince Edward Island
I just returned last night from a visit to Prince Edward Island (PEI) which is an island in the Gulf of St Lawrence and is the smallest province in Canada in both size and population. PEI is famous for its red soil, red sandstone cliffs, incredible beaches and sand dunes but most of all for being the setting for "Anne Of Green Gables" the wonderful childhood book by Lucy Maud Montgomery. It is also famous for mussels and lobster dinners which are freshly harvested by the local fishermen and are sooo tasty! I took this shot of cliffs on the property of friends who have a gorgeous seaside home looking out over the Northhumberland Strait.