Tuesday, September 1, 2009

ABC Wednesday -"G" is for Gros Morne National Park

Part 1 of 2, photos of Gros Morne National Park and area communities.

Deborah and I spent 2 nights and 3 days in the park from August 10-12. We've visited the park a number of times over the years, starting with a very damp camping trip in the summer of 1976. These days we like our creature comforts.

This is the entrance to the park, pretty stunning for starters, don't ya think?

Gulls (another "g") taking it easy on the wharf at Lomond.

The highway to Trout River passes these spectacular peaks of the Tableland Mountains

Looking up Bonne Bay towards Glenburnie (yet another "g"!)and Winter House Brook.

Norris Point with a touch of "dry brush" effect from Photoshop

For more fun from the letter "G", please visit ABC Wednesday.


  1. I had a feeling this might be your G. Great idea!

  2. Ah, the wide open road. Love it. Love all the photos. Except for the mountains the seagull photo looks like our town.

    Love the filtering you did on the last photo.

    Check out my blog - look for the sailboat in the water. Something for you.

    Gray is just adorable. Great shot, too.

  3. What a lovely trip you had! Thank you for taking us along with you.

  4. What a marvelous trip! And what a gorgeous place! Your photos are marvelous! Thanks so much for the tour! Great for the "G" Day!



  5. Elaine,
    Gorgeous, great and grand! I love the Bonne Bay sky and the tableau mountains. Thanks for sharing these.

  6. This looks like a beautiful place to visit. Your photos are stunning! On behalf of the ABC team, thanks for sharing.

  7. Wonderful trip to the park, - your photos are very beautiful and skillfully capture this wonderful countryside.

  8. This is like my island but on a much grander scale and looks so much cleaner too.

  9. Love the gull photo - and what you've done to the landscape, too. Dry Brush is one of my favourite filters for photos!

  10. Love the open space pictures, especially.