Darnley, on the north coast of Prince Edward Island, is an area of sandy beaches and eroded red cliffs, topped by sand dunes. Although there is a little bit of agriculture inland, the area is more suited to tourists and leisure. During the winter, the area is wind-swept and cold. The cliffs show dramatic erosion, with caves and free-standing rock formations. The beaches are sandy, and make for a fantastic stroll.
French River, Prince Edward Island, is typical of a small costal fishing village. Located on a sheltered inlet with ready access to the Gulf of St Lawence, it is an ideal harbour for small boats. The brightly colored sheds on the pier each house the equipment (nets, traps etc) for a single boat.
Wooden bridge built in the middle of a potato field.