Annapolis Valley Pictures
Mini Photo Albums

I have a rather large collection of Annapolis Valley pictures. Anyone who knows me knows that I take a lot of pictures, I hardly ever go anywhere without my camera.

I have not had any photography courses, I just like taking pictures. Pictures of my children, pictures of family, friends, pets and different events we were part of. These all provide me with many treasured memories over the years.

But in more recent years I have started taking pictures of the scenery around me. I think this started after I moved to Saskatchewan and people there asked me about the landscape and sights from Nova Scotia. I always wished I had a picture to show them. So, when I travelled home for a visit a lot of my time there was spent playing the tourist snapping pictures of everything I could.

When I was not out taking pictures of the Annapolis Valley I was visiting my old friends and they were asking me "What is it like in Saskatchewan?" I would tell them about things there but they would ask if I had any pictures?

Beautiful Rhododendrons at the Annapolis Royal Historic Gardens
An old wagon found at Grand Pre, Kings County

Since that time I have taken thousands of pictures of almost everything.

I was going to be ready from now on when someone asked a question about either province; I would have a picture to show them. After all a picture is worth a thousand words they say.

When I started this website I spent a lot of time travelling throughout the valley gathering information and, of course pictures. I spent the summer, plus every chance I have had since, adding to my collection of Annapolis Valley pictures.

I have used several of these photos on this web site already. However there were several ones I have taken that just did not seem to fit on any of the pages, but I feel are worth sharing.

A field in Round Hill, much like other fields in the Annapolis Valley
The Candlelight Graveyard Tour in Annapolis Royal

Therefore I have decided to make a few pages up of just photos from all across the Annapolis Valley and the Bay of Fundy shore. I have made up four photo gallery pages, one for every county plus one for the Bay of Fundy area. You may view these at:


Keeping in mind that not everyone has high speed internet I keep my pictures on my site fairly small so the web pages are available for everyone to view quickly. But I like big pictures to look at and I bet you do also.

A seagull resting on a sign in Digby County
The Rugged Bay of Fundy Shore at Morton, Nova Scotia

So for the pictures on this page and the ones in the photo galleries if you click on the picture it will open up to a larger image for better viewing.

As I mentioned I have tons of pictures and even with the photo galleries there is still no way to add all of them. If you are interested in seeing even more Annapolis Valley pictures why not visit my Facebook Group for my web site. I have added over 700 photos and a few videos to this group and you can add some of your favorites also. You can check it out at Facebook - Annapolis Valley Vacation.

So I hope you enjoy my Annapolis Valley pictures, and maybe you will add some of your own. It is very easy to do, you will find a place to add them at the bottom of each page.

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