From the Wabi Sabi archives, a look at Lunenburg, Nova Scotia. Lunenburg is not only on the National Geographic’s list of “Canada’s 50 Places of a Lifetime,”  it has also been named a UNESCO World Heritage site as well.

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Comments
  1. sedge808 says:

    i’ve never heard of Lunenburg b4.
    very colorful.

  2. Jane Lurie says:

    Love the bright red buildings. What a pretty coastal village, Patricia.

  3. Hoping to get there soon, sooner after looking at your photographs.

  4. Karen Taylor says:

    These pictures are beautiful. A perfect little ocean retreat. The colors are glorious! Looks European..

    • Yes…seriously beautiful. As a piece of advice, do not order a lobster roll at the restaurant with the umbrellas (seen above.) Came on white (!) bread and served by a surly waitress. They do have a distillery downtown (open for visits) and some incredible ice cream at another shop.
      But skip the white bread lobster rolls. 🙂

  5. jlheuer says:

    These pictures are making me more excited about our trip to New Brunswick. I bet I will see similar sights. Wow.

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