Prince Edward Island

PEI is renowned for its beauty.  Its most notable feature is fields and shores of red soil, reminiscent of South Devon in England.  In the Spring, many of the fields are freshly ploughed and planted to potatoes.  Before the new plants emerge, the red fields are set amidst and outlined by green grass borders.

Spring in PEI, then, is an abundance of gardens, flowering chestnut trees, red fields, harbours,  boats, lobster and crab traps, wind generators and the sea.

PEI Potato Fields - ©Derek Chambers
PEI Potato Fields – ©Derek Chambers
Panmure Lighthouse, PEI - ©Derek Chambers
Panmure Lighthouse, PEI – ©Derek Chambers
The Sea at North Lake, PEI - ©Derek Chambers
The Sea at North Lake, PEI – ©Derek Chambers
A Brisk Wind Blowing at North Lake, PEI - ©Derek Chambers
A Brisk Wind Blowing at North Lake, PEI – ©Derek Chambers
Wind Generator, East Point, PEI - ©Derek Chambers
Wind Generator, East Point, PEI – ©Derek Chambers
Confederation Bridge, PEI - ©Derek Chambers
Confederation Bridge, PEI – ©Derek Chambers
Splash of Light - ©Derek Chambers
Splash of Light – ©Derek Chambers
Threatening Sky, PEI - ©Derek Chambers
Threatening Sky, PEI – ©Derek Chambers

 

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