with SRU, in 2002
Newfoundland, Canada a maritime province, presents easternmost North America. It is a land of majestic seascapes, Vikings, deep fjords, whales, moose, caribou, stunted forests, and picturesque fishing villages. Its unique geography has fostered a rich multicultural history boasting distinctive European undertones. Its geology is also exceptional, with fantastic stories of tectonic collision, bygone oceans, and colossal Ice Ages imprinted upon foreign landscapes. Islanders call it The Rock!
Photos and captions by Amy Boyer