(OK, I know the title is a bit wonky...)
As much as I love London, I have to admit to getting a wee bit homesick around this time of year. I HATE snow, ice, cold etc etc (except when skiing or snowboarding), but it does lend a certain air to the Christmas festivities. In London, with the grass still green and the temperature on the positive side of the Celsius scale, one could almost imagine it's spring. Well, a Canadian spring, anyway.
Halifax, the capital, in yet another snowstorm. Actually, looking at this, I don't miss snow that much after all.
So to amuse myself and perhaps assuage my yearning for home, I decided to post these pictures of my homeland, Nova Scotia. In Canada. East of Toronto. The first thing you hit when you head across the Atlantic. No, not New York, or Boston....
An ice storm mid-winter.
Lighthouse at Peggy's Cove.
House in Sydney decked out for Christmas.