Photos of New England and Canada

The last wedding I posted was way back in June so I know I’m way behind in blogging. I decided to keep going in order until I catch up. After the June 5th wedding, my husband and I went on a cruise for our tenth anniversary. Vacation is the only time I get to take pictures for myself and I got some really good ones. One of these days I plan to decorate my walls with these pics.

We cruised out of Baltimore on a Royal Caribbean ship. If your still looking for a honeymoon I definitely recommend a Royal Caribbean cruise. The only bad thing about cruising locally is that everyone on the ship is a lot older. Our ship was dead by 10pm. If you want a younger crowd, cruise out of a southern port like Miami. Here’s a picture of one of the bridges in the Chesapeake Bay.

I used Topaz Adjust to edit some of these images, a program I love. It really helps pop out the color.

The picture above is St. John. You can watch as the fog rolls in off the ocean. A few minutes later this entire area was covered in fog.

We went an excursion to a local Canadian bar. The only bad thing was the excursion was 9am in the morning, a little early to be drinking beer. That didn’t stop my husband, he’d never turn down free samples of beer no matter how early it was in the morning.

We visited some museums while in Canada and took tours of the cities.

If you love lighthouse then you’ll love Canada and New England. I shot so many lighthouses I actually got tired of seeing them. That’s a lie, I ran out with a camera every time we passed one.

We went to Salem too. I’ve never seen such a witch friendly city in my life. I wish we would have had more time to spend there. I’d like to go there for a weekend some time.

A really awesome thing about cruises is you get to see beautiful sun sets and sunrises every day.

I’ll post some more pictures from the trip later.

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