These are some of our favourite photographs of scenic Newfoundland. From each corner of the Avalon, down the South coast islands, and up to the tip of the Great Northern Peninsula, we love this place.
During windmill construction hours ahead of Hurricane Bill, on Ramea Island. (By J.)
Red Cliff after a winter storm. (By J.)
Cape St. Mary's, the world's largest accessible seabird colony! (By J.)
An abandoned cottage near Stephenville, on the West coast. (By J.)
From a trail at the Port au Choix National Historic Site, where you'll see caribou and whales at the same time! (By A.)
Sprawling L'Anse aux Meadows, where Vikings made a post 1000 years ago, is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. (Photo by MickeySwift)
(the Labrador edition will follow later this week!)