Day 21, Bonavista, the second half - randyhenderson

Day 21, Bonavista, the second half

After finishing our suck of a growler on the shores of Elliston, Sharon and I continued a few more kilometres south where we viewed some very old root cellars, we also visited a unique puffin nesting colony, checked out 600 million year old rocks in The Dungeon, got into a tad bit of trouble in an almost one of a kind lighthouse, and finally I watched as Sharon had a one-way conservation with the explorer John Cabot.


Enjoy the show

randy


The Elliston website below explains in greater detail what I have mentioned above.


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Elliston Community Website

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It would have been a benefit to have a big gun such as this on my tripod for puffin watching, but such was not the case.  However my Nikon 18-200 zoom was my lens of choice for these thirty-five days, and it served me quite well I believe.

It would have been a benefit to have a big gun such as this on my tripod for puffin watching, but such was not the case. However my Nikon 18-200 zoom was my lens of choice for these thirty-five days, and it served me quite well I believe.