All the way from the “Christmas Tree Capital of the World”…
It’s Christmas by the Sea this weekend!
Image courtesy of Peter Zwicker Photography Bacalao Studio. He does amazing photography!! Check out his website.
We don’t have snow yet but I think this photo truly represents “Christmastime in Lunenburg” I live 20 minutes from Lunenburg, one of Nova Scotia’s well known Historic towns. It’s a UNESCO World Heritage Town. People come here from all over the world .
This weekend in Lunenburg it is their Heritage Christmas and Christmas By The Sea.
There are actually 3 Christmas Festivals in towns close by this weekend, not to mention the small communities having events and then there is the Victoria Christmas at the Citadel and Lighting Ceremonies at various spots in Halifax. And of course I want to go to all so… yesterday I stopped into Mahone Bay for Father Christmas Festival pics and we drove to Lunenburg today. Tonight is Bridgewater’s Christmas On The LaHave complete with fireworks. These are the local ones. Next year I think I’m gonna take in some of the events in the city I haven’t seen.
This morning we bundled up, picked up some coffee and drove to Lunenburg.
Lunenburg is a well known fishing town by the sea, it is the HOME of the Bluenose II, and so much of the Christmas traditions and decorations revolves around that. It is also very beautiful!
And a few at night…
We didn’t get chance to take in the festivities, the lighting of the vessels, the Christmas by the Sea market and crafts and food tasting, we didn’t see the parade or the tree lighting at the bandstand BUT we got some beautiful pictures of a very special place…Merry Christmas from one of our favourite towns by the sea…
2 thoughts on “Christmas By the Sea 🎄⛵🐳⚓️”
I love how much you and your hubby embrace life!! Plus I always learn so much from the awesome places you travel!
Thanks MacKenzie! These are some of my favourite little places close to where we live. It’s nice just to pop down there and walk the waterfront. Every town has it’s “special” places. We have learned to find the beauty wherever we are.
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