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What’s In a Lobster Roll? Prince Edward Island (PE011)
A travel journal about Prince Edward Island and the Maritimes would not be complete without a tribute to their lobster industry. Everywhere you go th...
The Secrets of Point Prim, Point Prim, Prince Edward Island (PE010)
Not far around the corner from Wood Islands is the Point Prim lighthouse. Built in 1945, it is not only PEI’s oldest, it is the only one found in Can...
Brazil’s Brilliant Environment, Nature & Wildlife of Brazil (BR006)
Toucan’s and dolphins and monkey’s – oh my! A visit to Brazil is not complete without paying homage to its wonderful wildlife!
Wonderful Walls of Water, Iguaçu Falls, Brazil & Argentina (BR005)
You have not seen a waterfall unless you see Iguaçu Falls. Sitting on the border of Brazil and Argentina, near the Brazilian city of Foz do Iguaçu, t...
World’s Largest Tropical Wetland, The Pantanal, Mato Grosso, Brazil (BR004)
Sprawling over 150,000 square kilometers, The Pantanal is an unbelievable haven for wildlife, flora and fauna that spans Mato Grosso into Bolivia and ...
The Faces of the Amazon, Manaus, Amazonas, Brazil (BR003)
A trip to Brazil is hardly complete without a journey to the heart of the Amazon! Experience the true heat and beauty of this amazing river system an...
Let the Games Begin! Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (BR001)
In honour of Rio 2016, Jason Sullivan Photography will be sharing some fantastic photography of Brazil – a vibrant, dynamic and stunningly beautiful ...
The Secrets of Wood Islands, Points East Coastal Drive, Prince Edward Island (PE009)
Bright red cliffs, rolling hills, scattered hamlets…these are the views common to PEI, and the pretty area around Wood Islands on the Points East Coa...
Where the Winds Blow, West Point, Prince Edward Island (PE008)
It’s a warm day in summer on PEI, but at West Point the winds keep blowing. And they are constant. No gusts or storms apparent, just a constant win...
Wander the Winter Wonderland! Canadian Winter Wonders, Canada (CA012)
True winter in Canada is beautiful. Even the locals will reluctantly agree there is nothing more spectacular than a fresh snowfall, draping the lands...
Barren is the New Beautiful, Alberta Badlands, Canada (CA013)
With camera gear loaded into the four wheel drive a passionate photographer must drive a good 2 to 3 hours east from Calgary to reach the borders of t...
Who Can Resist a Town Named “Cavendish”? Green Gables Shore - Central Coastal Drive, Prince Edward Island (PE004)
Those who are Anne lovers will flock to the Green Gables Shores of Prince Edward Island. Those who are not will walk the red sand shores and dunes of...
“Lift the Veil”, Green Gables Heritage Place, Prince Edward Island (PE003)
Written in the twilight of day overlooking the fields of Cavendish, Lucy Maud Montgomery created the world we know and love as Avonlea and Green Gable...
The Prettiest Littlest Province in Canada, Prince Edward Island (PE001)
Prince Edward Island is one of Canada’s most popular travel destinations. Those who have never been will tell you it’s on their bucket list, those ...
How to Build a Ship, St. Martin’s, New Brunswick (NB009)
On the quiet shores of the Bay of Fundy, between Saint John and Fundy National Park, is the little town of St. Martin’s. Now a place of peace, with ...
The Romance of River Crossings, Covered Bridges of New Brunswick, New Brunswick (NB007)
Covered bridges surround us in history, legend, and romance. The stuff of folklore and modern fiction these wooden river crossings of old spark tales...
From Tall Ships to Waterfalls, Fundy National Park, New Brunswick (NB006)
With forest, wetlands, rivers, brooks, and dramatic coastlines, there is something for every explorer in Fundy National Park. Its scenery makes it ea...
Have you Seen Hopewell’s High Tides? Hopewell Rocks, New Brunswick (NB005)
Known as the “chocolate river effect”, the silts from the ocean mudflats are stirred each day with the tremendous rise of the tides at Hopewell Rock...
A Culture All Its Own, New Brunswick, Canada (NB001)
New Brunswick is the “un-maritime” province of Canada’s Maritimes. Sharing a northern border with the Gaspe Peninsula of Quebec, it is officially ...
Beware the Inexpensive Boat Tour, and How to Prepare, Percé Rock, Quebec (QC022)
The only down side with the tour to Percé Rock and Bonaventure Island is the boat ride itself. Tourists are lured by the lower cost for the boat tour...
Visit Percé - 120,000 Gannets Can’t be Wrong, Percé and Bonaventure Island (QC021)
You are sitting on the grass on a summer afternoon. And not three meters away, just on the rocks past the edge of the grass are tens of thousands of ...
In the Splendour of Sunrise and Sunset, Forillon National Park, Québec (QC019)
As a traveler, you feel like you’ve really accomplished something when you reach Forillon National Park. Located at the tip of the Gaspé Peninsula, ...
"Are you Travelling Around the Peninsula?" Gaspé, Québec (QC017)
For the true traveler, a quick study of a map of Québec will lead you to the Gaspé Peninsula. It just looks fascinating. This is the lip of land ext...
All Aboard the Onondaga, Pointe-au-Père, Rimouski, Québec (QC014)
There are very few places in the world where you can walk around a real submarine, let alone tour the insides of one. At Pointe-au-Père, in Rimouski,...
“They Could Have Decorated the Place”, Basilica of Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré, Québec (QC012)
Jason says as he looks up in amazement in the Basilica of Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupre. And decorated it is – in exquisite detail on every square inch of ...
How to Beat the Tourists in Québec City!, Québec City (QC009)
Picture this; its 2:30am and you are tying your shoes. You are fully dressed, but your eyes are still stinging with the shock of having been asleep f...
Everything You Learned in School about Old Québec City, Québec City, Québec (QC008)
The history in Old Québec City is overwhelming. It is a vision of another place and time. Described in various tourism sources as the “Europe of Ca...
The City that Never Sleeps, Montréal, Québec (QC005)
Montreal has a “joie de vivre” you can feel in the air. This cosmopolitan city has a life that keeps on going, 24 hours a day…a nightlife that goe...
The Secrets of Old Montréal, Montréal, Québec (QC004)
With a history over 375 years in the making, Montréal is an international hub of creativity, culture, and inspiration. Known as a gourmet destination...
La Belle Province! Bienvenue a Québec!, Québec, Canada (QC001)
Québec is famous for its beauty, its food and culture, and more specifically its micro-brasseries et fromageries (microbreweries and cheese makers). ...
The Secrets of Canada’s Crystal Palace, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario (ON022)
With the best view in town of Parliament Hill, and its illustrious Sussex Drive address, the National Gallery of Canada looks like a crystal palace or...
The Best City in Ontario, Ottawa, Ontario (ON021)
Ottawa is, without a doubt, the centre of cuisine, art, culture and history in all of Ontario. When you reach Ottawa from the west, you will be pleas...
Northern Lights Illuminate Parliament Hill, Ottawa, Ontario (ON020)
Over 400 years of Canada’s history painted on Parliament Hill in a multi-media light and sound show that is not to be missed! Each night in the summ...
A Matter of National Security, Rideau Canal, Ottawa, Ontario (ON019)
Picture this…a sunny afternoon on the edge of the Ontario River. The water in front of is lined with holiday makers in yachts and pleasure boats, bi...
“You’re Lucky to Be Alive, So Just Eat It!”, The Diefenbunker, Carp, Ontario (ON018)
You start your tour in the decontamination showers. Your surroundings are eerie at best. Imagine living 4 storeys underground, without family or frie...
A Bit of “Tourism” Diving, Fathom Five National Marine Park, Ontario (ON017)
Don your 14mm wetsuit, your hood, your booties, and your gloves. If you can still move, and don’t feel like bundled up like the abominable snowman, ...
Totally Full of Tourists!, Tobermory & Bruce National Park, Ontario (ON016)
Tobermory is a quaint little harbour town with colorful homes, shops and restaurants on the edge of Little Tub harbour. Located on the far end of the...
Get Airbourne with Georgian Bay Airlines, Parry Sound, Ontario (ON015)
Get onboard a float plane at Parry Sound Harbour and see the 30,000 islands from the air. See the true extent of this freshwater archipelago by the l...
The Best Drive in Ontario, North Shore Lake Superior, Ontario (ON009)
The most scenic and beautiful drive in all of Ontario must be the North Shore of Lake Superior, between Thunder Bay and Sault Ste. Marie. With rock f...
Jason and the Giant Goose!, Wawa, Ontario (ON008)
If you look up Wawa, Ontario, you will find reference to its Giant Goose. Just one of many quirky features to this quiet little town in Algoma countr...
Are You Loyal to the NorthWest Company? Fort William, Thunder Bay, Ontario (ON004)
The time is 1816. You have entered the Fort under the auspices of loyalty to the North West Company. A Montreal based company, some of your fellow v...
Can you Name Canada’s Canoeing Capital? Atikokan and Quetico Provincial Park, Ontario (ON002)
Canoe the peaceful lakes and watch the lilies freshly bloom in the morning light as you drift over the water. The lake grasses move underwater like m...
Canada’s Biggest, Ontario, Canada (ON001)
Ontario is Canada’s most populated province. Home to over 13 million people, many of which could throw a stone over a body of water and hit the Unit...
How to Survive in Manitoba like a Mennonite, Mennonite Historical Village, Steinbach (MB014)
Located not far from the longitudinal center of Canada, near Steinbach, Manitoba, is the Mennonite Heritage Village. This is a family friendly museum...
Today’s Department Store that Built a Nation, Lower Fort Garry, Manitoba (MB012)
It’s amazing to think that the modern day department store of today has such a long history and links to the establishment of a country. Such is the...
The Flamboyance of Fall, Ontario and Quebec, Canada (CA008)
With forests of maple and oak, the full palette of autumn colours is the most spectacular in the parks and cities of Ontario and Quebec.
The Secrets of Ancient Greece and Rome in Winnipeg, Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg, Manitoba (MB009)
From April 2015 to April 2016, the “WAG” as it is known to locals presented the Olympus exhibit; a Greco-Roman collection on loan from Berlin, this ...
How to Be More Intelligent, Better Balanced, and Altogether More Civilized, Manitoba Legislature, Winnipeg, Manitoba (MB008)
Using the language of sacred geometry the Freemason’s have created a house of government in such a way that its users would become, “More Intelligen...
Take a Ride on the JET Trail, Riding Mountain National Park, Manitoba (MB004)
Riding Mountain National Park is undoubtedly Manitoba’s flagship national park. Known as being in the top 10 locations for wildlife viewing in Canad...
A Summer Solstice Sunset, Clearwater Lake Provincial Park, Manitoba (MB002)
Deep, clear and cold. The colours and sky of Clearwater Lake in northern Manitoba make the journey worthwhile. Featuring in the paintings and photos...
Manitoba’s Many Lakes, Manitoba, Canada (MB001)
Join Jason as he travels through Manitoba and its many lakes. In addition to being one of Canada’s most ethnically diverse provinces, it is also con...
How to Find Jed’s at Jan, Jan Lake, Saskatchewan (SK013)
For the second time Jason was greeted with the line, “What, you’re here just for the camping?”. Followed by, “How are they biting?” when standin...
How to Bail a Buffalo Hide, Fort Carlton Provincial Park & Historic Site, Saskatchewan (SK010)
Sitting within the river valley between the North and South Saskatchewan Rivers about 60km southwest of Prince Albert, is Fort Carlton Provincial Park...
Yellow Line….Yellow Line….Yellow Line…, Saskatchewan (SK008)
Saskatchewan: A large, flat, Canadian province containing thousands of square kilometers of extra flat space that extends north, south, east and west...
Das Uber Blood Moon - Halifax, Nova Scotia (CA011)
Not seen since 1982, was a rare combination of a super moon, when the new moon makes its closest approach to Earth, combined with a total lunar eclips...
Serengeti or Saskatchewan? Where Antelope Roam, Saskatchewan (SK007)
Visitors to the area may find themselves doing a double take when they see an antelope galloping at full speed in the field next to them. But their e...
Saskatchewan’s Secret Sand Hills, Great Sand Hills, Saskatchewan (SK006)
And a well-kept secret, at that. Saskatchewan’s Great Sand Hills are not a park, but an ecological reserve, protecting an area of scrub and sand dun...
Like Mother...Like Son, Saskatchewan (SK005)
Sitting in an old dead tree on the highway’s edge, with trucks and cars roaring by was a Swainson hawk in her nest with young….Who said there was no...
Where Time Stands Still, Ghost Towns of Saskatchewan, Saskatchewan (SK003)
Having spent over 10 years living in Alberta, Jason felt it was time to truly capture the spirit of the Western Canadian prairies that captivate so ma...
The Secrets of Saskatchewan, Saskatchewan, Canada (SK001)
Otherwise known as, “Welcome to Saskatchewan”. Canada’s third province from west to east, it is unique in its own right. With not much over a mil...
Where Windmills Settled the West, Etzikom, Alberta (AB023)
So reads a quotation by historian Walter J Webbt at the entrance to the Historic Windmill Interpretive Center in Etzikom, Alberta. Located next to th...
Do You Know the Difference Between a Pictograph and a Petroglyph? Writing-On-Stone Provincial Park, Alberta (AB020)
Emerging suddenly as a valley out of the flat flat southern Alberta farm land is Writing-On-Stone Provincial Park. It appears suddenly like a miniatu...
The Best Pub in Alberta, Rowley, Alberta (AB019)
SAM’s pub in Rowley is perhaps the most interesting, quirky pub in all of Alberta. And likely one of the least known locations. Here is a place wher...
Dinosaur Provincial Park - A Primeval Landscape, Alberta (AB016)
Located in a reasonably remote area of south-eastern Alberta resides a self-contained part of the Alberta badlands called Dinosaur Provincial Park. T...
How High Can a Buffalo Jump? Elk Island Provincial Park, Alberta (AB014)
Those who know Jason well have heard the story of the early morning excursion at Elk Island in which he found himself nose to nose with a bison grazin...
Home of the Fittest Fire Warden Ever - Moose Mountain, Kananaskis Provincial Park, Alberta (AB010)
Easily identifiable on the skyline from the south end of Calgary’s suburbs, is the peak of Moose Mountain. Located in Kananaskis Provincial Park, ab...
Run for the Hills, Canmore, Alberta (AB009)
Canmore is a small town within the Bow Valley of Alberta’s Rocky Mountains. It sits on the edge of both Banff National Park, and Kananaskis Provincia...
The Best Way to Travel from Banff to Lake Louise, Banff National Park, Alberta (AB007)
A place where a lone wolf wanders the roadway next to you as he moves to his next hunting destination. Where the grizzly bears are so big and well fe...
The Best Destinations in Banff, Banff National Park, Alberta (AB006)
Always quiet and peaceful, the Vermillion Lakes Road offers the quintessentially Banff view of Mount Rundle. Surrounded by water ways and wetlands, t...
Where an Angel is Losing Her Skirt - Edith Cavell, Jasper National Park, Alberta (AB005)
The Angel Glacier, so named because she looks just like an angel with out-stretched wings, sits on the north face of Mount Edith Cavell. She was much...
The Secrets of Medicine Lake, Jasper National Park, Alberta (AB004)
Jasper National Park is a place Jason returns to whenever he has the opportunity. Spanning over 10,000 km2, it is the largest national park in the Ca...
The Best Drive in the Canadian Rockies, Columbia Ice Fields, Alberta (AB003)
Canada, Alberta, Icefields Parkway, Jasper National Park, Banff National Park, Crow Glacier, Bow Lake, Peyto Lake, Bow Lake Lodge, Athabasca Glacier, ...
Can you name Alberta’s 5 UNESCO World Heritage Sites? Alberta, Canada (AB001)
Alberta’s 5 UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Canada Day Celebrations…July 1, 2015 (CA009)
Happy Canada Day! - boom! boom! fireworks.
The Secret of Mountain Photography - Part 2. McBride, British Columbia (BC013)
Jason is often asked how he manages to take such fantastic wildlife photography. His answer is often very short - “go where there are animals”. In...
The Secret of Mountain Photography – Part 1, Mount Robson, British Columbia (BC012)
The number one secret to successful mountain photography is not finding the best vantage point, or the best time of day, or the spot where the elk roa...
Where Grizzlies Fish, Feed and Fight – Khutzymateen Grizzly Bear Sanctuary, British Columbia (BC010)
Watching the grizzlies fish, feed, live, play and fight for survival is a spectacular sight and powerful display of nature. And fight they do – for t...
Find your Totem Animal in the Land of Totem Poles – Hazelton and ‘Ksan, British Columbia (BC007)
Find your totem animal, join in traditional dance and story-telling, and immerse yourself in First Nations culture during festival times in ‘Ksan. To...
The Most Livable City, Vancouver, British Columbia (BC004)
According to hellobc.com, this is a title that Vancouver has received 8 times since 2002 by the Economist Intelligence Unit. And it is probably justif...
Darth Vader, Butterflies, and a Castle - Victoria, British Columbia (BC003)
A busy summer weekend on Victoria’s inner harbour is sure to entertain. From its eccentric buskers (yes, you can meet Darth Vader playing the violin!...
Where there are 2 seasons…Snow and Wildflowers - Mount Revelstoke National Park, British Columbia (BC011)
Mount Revelstoke National Park is perhaps one of the most unique in British Columbia. Described by Parks Canada as an area of “Rainforest, snow fores...
The Best Destinations on Vancouver Island, Vancouver Island, British Columbia (BC001)
Jason has travelled thousands of kilometers around the globe and often refers to a trip as “reconnaissance” for future reference – a mountain view,...
Jason Sullivan Photography Launches “Walkabout Canada”, a Photojournalism Tour Across Canada (JSP001)
Welcome! Jason is pleased to announce the launch of Jason Sullivan Photography’s “Walkabout Canada”, a photojournalism tour across Canada. Beginn...