Newfoundland, The Killick coast


A killick is a homemade anchor fashioned from young and pliable tree stems that are lashed around a heavy stone.  These were made using material at hand, symbolizing traditional resourcefulness.  This coast’s long fishing history dates back to the 1500’s, when French, English and Portuguese fished off Conception Bay’s rocky beaches.

Today, this shore is St. John’s seaside playground.


Typical pebble beach of the Killick coast

Sea fog still clinging to the back of the cliffs

Coastline, with 2 waterfalls in the distance


Fishing boat in the town of Flatrock

Cliffs meeting the sea, how inspriring!

We just drove around and took pictures, it was a nice sunny afternoon 🙂

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