Saturday, March 15, 2014

Fogo Island Inn


Fogo Island is a remote, accessible island located off the Northeast Coast of Newfoundland, Canada – just over halfway between the equator and the North Pole. Its climate features seven seasons. It is the largest of an archipelago of islands at the very eastern edge of the North American continent; Far, far away yet close enough for short getaways.


12 comments:

Visoo said...

amazing!

Visoo

W. said...

It looks amazing!

W.

Oriol S. said...

Wow! I love those cold isolated places...

Jon said...

Sounds like a place I would want to live.....only I don't know if I could handle seven seasons.

Here in West Texas we only have one season, and it's called LOUSY!!!

Geo. said...

What an odd place. There seems to be no topsoil. But, with seven seasons, I suppose any ecosystem might give up.

Lyriel B said...

Wow.. looks majestic!

Maike Brinkman said...

This looks amazing!

Victoria said...

Super-gorgeous image..sounds like a beautiful place.
Love your blog!
Victoria

Shey said...

A nice place!

Lamprini T. said...

very interesting! nice photo

Magda Drzewek said...

nice :)

Arco-Íris de Frida said...

Foto linda...

 
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