A photographic exploration of Nova Scotia's diverse coastlines from the celebrated Canadian photographer.
For most people, the idea of submerging themselves voluntarily in the half-frozen Atlantic Ocean sounds more like torture than fun. But for photographer and surfer Adam Cornick, it's all part of experiencing everything coastal life in Nova Scotia has to offer.
From the moment the UK native dipped his toe into the waters off "Canada's Ocean Playground," Cornick has dedicated himself to capturing the beauty and diversity of Nova Scotia's stunning coastlines. Cornick's sweeping wide-angle images showcase not just his love of the ocean, but his excitement about the beauty in every pounding wave, every polished granite boulder, every expanse of sandy beach, every ragged cliff.
With 100 full-colour images and insider tips on the must-see spots and hidden gems in each coastal region, Coastal Nova Scotia: A Photographic Tour takes readers on a round-the-province visual trip to places many have never seen—and gives us compelling reasons to add a few new locations to our own bucket lists.
About the author
Adam Cornick is a freelance photographer from the UK. In 2008, in search of a fresh start, he put a finger on a map and took a leap of faith that landed him in Halifax. His creative inspiration is stoked daily by his new home's winding coastline, inland lakes, distinct seasons, and the relentless storms that lash the coast and deliver raw North Atlantic waves, which he surfs year-round. You can find Adam at acornart.net.