Our Top Traveller Photos From 2017

Another year has come and gone and as we say hello to 2018, it’s a good time to look back on our top traveller photos from 2017. Feeling inspired? Be sure to share your 2018 adventures with us using #ExploreNL.

Jellybean Winter

The colourful houses of Jellybean Row make a great backdrop for photos in the summer months, but in the winter the colours really pop under a fresh blanket of snow.

 

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Western Brook Pond

Gros Morne National Park is a magical place and there’s no question that the grandeur of Western Brook Pond makes for a great photo opportunity. This stunning photo showcases the view you get from this iconic location.

 

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Ferryland Iceberg

Every once and a while a photo opportunity comes along that breaks the internet. The Ferryland Iceberg was a phenomenon that garnered worldwide media attention.

 

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Breaching Whale in Trinity

It’s always a pleasant surprise when a leviathan of the deep pops up to make a splash. This video from Trinity filmed by Jessica Kilfoy is one of our favorite impromptu whale performances of 2017.

 

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Bottle Cove

Bottle Cove is one of those places that seems to provide beautiful imagery no matter what the circumstances. This aerial shot from Tom Cochrane provided an angle we hadn’t seen before.

 

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Port Rexton Whale and Iceberg

Our #ExploreNL Tour produced many breath-taking images, but this luckily timed snap with its combination of age and beauty got people talking. Talk about a double feature!

 

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Colourful Characters

With 29,000 kilometres of coastline, you're bound to bump into a few colourful characters when you visit. Namely, these cute Atlantic Puffins!

 

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 Labrador's Northern Lights

One of best places to view the Northern Lights in the province is Torngat Mountains National Park. This photo captures the wonder and size of the natural phenomenon.

 

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High-Rise in Twillingate

Around here, this is what passes for a high-rise. Mid-June is a great time of year to see these glacial giants around Central Newfoundland surrounded by pack ice.

 

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