Oh, Charlottetown: PEI’s gateway city to endless beaches
see this page This past summer, over an intense 72 hours, I had the good fortune to fall in love with an island of foxes, ice cream and endless beaches. If you have no idea what I’m talking about, then you’ve probably never been to Charlottetown, PEI.
It was a weekend that was exhausting but completely unforgettable. Honestly, I still find myself thinking about the huts of North Rustico Harbour and the quirky gardens of New Glasgow. Did I mention the amazing Greenwich National Park? Where else can you find massive sand dunes, salt water marshes and what seems like kilometres of beaches?
I’ve started pulling together some of my favourite shots and I’ll probably keep adding more as I revisit the archives. Head over to the “Oh, Charlottetown” gallery (portfolio here) and scroll through some long exposure images and lots of landscape shots of wild beaches.