Thank you! New Brunswick

Good food in New Brunswick

Good food in New Brunswick

I just returned from a fabulous 2 week trip to New Brunswick. The primary reason for the trip was to attend the Travel Media Association of Canada (TMAC) annual conference which was 3 full days of meetings with Industry members, personal development sessions and countless opportunities to meet other Canadian media members. For this reason alone the trip was a success!

One thing New Brunswick is known for is their hospitality and they certainly didn’t disappoint. From fantastic food to pre-tour and post-tour trips visiting interesting places of historical and natural beauty the 2 weeks were full of adventure. Many thanks to all of you that made it possible.

One can’t beat the Maritimes for photography either with countless subjects available from beautiful old buildings and interesting cemeteries to the classic images of lobster boats and covered bridges. It will be a while until I manage to sort and label some 2,700 images but here’s a taste.

The highlight of the trip for me? Must be riding the world’s largest lobster in Shediac. I’ll never look at a lobster the same again!

Many stories and images are in the works, stay tuned!

Riding the giant lobster in Shediac

Riding the giant lobster in Shediac

Lobster boat in St. Martins

Lobster boat in St. Martins

Saint John, New Brunswick

Saint John, New Brunswick

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One Response to “Thank you! New Brunswick”

  1. Malcolm Chalmers says:

    Kevin : Love your images and your blog. I have a question about your Cameta Camera ad on your blog. I write a blog as well on my website malcolmchalmersphotography.weebly.com and have been approached by a foreign travel company asking to advertise there. What kind of money would be an average price to charge for an ad on a web blog? Is there much work to put an ad on a website? I am new to all of this and would be grateful for any information you could provide. Thanks, Malcolm Chalmers.

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