Mike Bezanson snapped this photo of Logan's Glen Fallsin Aberdeen, N.S., on June 18, 2017.
Published Monday, October 20, 2014 1:52PM ADT
Last Updated Friday, June 23, 2017 6:12PM ADT
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Colleen Dowe snapped this photo of deer running through the water in Tidnish, N.S.
Clare Davidson snapped this photo of the aftermath of a lightning strike at Jubilee Lane Dairy Farm in Lower Onslow, N.S.
Gordon Lewis of Bass River took advantage of the cool but clear day on Saturday to hook up his Haflingers (Woody & Max) to harrow his field.
This photo was taken Vera Matchett just before the thunderstorm in In Point Aux Carr, N.B.
This is a plane refueling in the air over Cape Forchu, N.S., on Saturday. (Susan MacLachlan)
Taking advantage of the weather to do some fishing on the Canaan River in N.B. (Cynthia Ann West)
A scarlet tanager is seen in Trenton, N.S. (Rachel Clark)
Some crabs and a lonely lobster cool off on a tree in Lower L'Ardoise, N.S. (Theresa Clements)
A snowshoe hare munches on a lunch of lush green clover in Nova Scotia's Annapolis Valley. (Karen Cook)
Derek DesRoches snapped this photo of Canada geese chasing the sunset in Shediac Ridge, N.B.
"A light pillar is an atmospheric optical phenomenon in the form of a vertical band of light which appears to extend above and/or below a light source. The effect is created by the reflection of light from numerous tiny ice crystals suspended in the atmosphere or clouds. These light pillars resemble an aurora but the light source is distant street lights." (Photographed near Earltown, N.S. on May 1, 2017, by Barry Burgess.)
Alan Wilson found these baby foxes while out for a morning walk in Glace Bay, N.S.
Two woodpeckers greet Louise Dickinson outside her French Lake, N.B. home.
Herring fishermen empty their nets while seagulls enjoy a meal. (Maria Robichaud/Bar-de-Cocagne, N.B.)
Mike Spurr captured this sneaky raccoon climbing up a tree at Nova Scotia's Lake Charles.
John Scott snapped this photo in West Berlin, in Nova Scotia's Queens County.
Christian Herridge captures an image of an albino robin near Oak Island, N.S.
The Baccaro Point Lighthouse is framed against a stunning orange sky in Barrington, N.S. (Eleanor Snow)
A pileated woodpecker looking for breakfast on a snowy morning in Gardners Mill, N.S. (Rachel Pictou)
Jamie Morrison captured this indigo bunting in Terence Bay, N.S.
Pippin the horse is a 15-year-old leopard Appaloosa who lives in Greenfield, Colchester County N.S. (Mary Jane MacPhee)
This shot of a black fox was sent in by Connie and Paul from Greenwood, N.S.