I recently headed over to Nova Scotia on a whirlwind trip for my brother’s wedding. I was very nearly in the air longer than I was on the ground, but it was worth it. Not only to be part of my brother’s commitment to his now wife, but also to see a part of the world that my family is now connected to.
The wedding was in Hubbards, a small town on the coast of Nova Scotia, about 45mins drive from the capital Halifax. His new father in law is a lobster fisherman, so it’s no surprise that most of what I captured while I was away relates to fishing, with a couple of wedding photos thrown in to prove I was there!
The ceremony was held on the family’s wharf across the road from their house & the bride came in on her father’s fishing boat. After the day, we headed into the back of the property to plant some trees that were left over bonbonnieres from the wedding. It will be great to go back some time in the future & see what’s grown.
A word of warning: there’s some blood & guts in this series. But everything that was caught, fed us & nothing went to waste. Even the seaguls came in to finish off the scraps.