Newfoundland is the best and honestly I would have my own Elopement/Wedding in a heartbeat.
I would be a Newfoundland Wedding photographer in a heartbeat.
My trip to one of Canada’s most cut off places was super short. I was off flying to a completely different country. I picked this layover flight in Newfoundland, St.Johns because I hadn’t been there before.
We flew into the St.John’s international Airport in the early morning. We had 11 hours until our next flight which gave us enough time to head into town and explore. A Newfoundland Wedding Photographer I knew from online mentioned to visit Signal Hill.
We walked to Signal Hill stopping at the color houses, meeting some of the kindest souls along the way. Seeing St.John’s historic sites, and finally to the best views.
From up there on Signal Hill you could see the entirety of the city that is St.Johns. We sat down and ate our lunch. Sitting on the edge of what felt like the world we sat and stared out at the vast ocean. A little fox running between the rocks was an unexpected sight. I took a good look around and saw that the area had its own patch of wild blueberries.
A kind lady also told us,when getting a better look at the bushes, that there weren’t enough for everyone. She knew they were a much coveted wild treat and at the end of their season.
I can’t wait to go back and shoot a wedding there with the title of a Newfound Wedding Photographer.
More from the Signal Hill National Historic Site website
As St. John’s most popular landmark, Signal Hill recalls the town’s historic past and communications triumph, as well as offering coastal hikes and colourful performances against sweeping views overlooking the Atlantic. Signal Hill was the site of St. John’s harbour defences from the 17th century to the Second World War and where Guglielmo Marconi received the world’s first transatlantic wireless signal in 1901.