Fall Foliage Cruise — New Brunswick; St. Martins Village

St. Martins shops

It was just before 9:00 a.m. as we approached the village of St. Martins. Out guide Diane Howarth pointed out some of the local mansions on the way into town:

Grand mansion entering St. Martins

This is one colorful destination, and I don’t just mean the fall foliage. This is a charming village with brightly colored buildings and a picturesque fishing fleet:

St. Martins fishing fleet at low tide

There’s even a relocated lighthouse which now serves as a tourist information center:

St. Martins Lighthouse tourist information center

This relocated lighthouse is the old Quaco Head Light dating from 1883:

Old (1883) Quaco Head Light relocated to St. Martins

As if that weren’t enough, how about an old covered bridge:

Vaughan Creek (Irish River #1) Covered Bridge

Don’t be afraid to ask Diane to take a picture for you. She definitely understands how to compose the shot using the Rule of Thirds:

Ursula and Doug in St. Martins

Two more photos of this wonderful village before continuing on to our next shot (by the way, we’ll be returning here later in the series to photograph that fishing fleet during high tide):

A little kayak color

Reflecting on the Fleet



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