About Us

Welcome to Other Side of the Road

We are an online Photo Gallery headquartered in Nova Scotia’s Annapolis Valley

The site is under Construction so please Bear with us

We hope to be able to better serve you in the near Future

 

We have been practicing Photography in and around the Annapolis Valley since January 2006, since then we have become quite proficient , as the saying goes practice makes perfect, Not really, never perfect, photography is a continuous learning experience We have made several trips into the Tobeatic Wilderness area, where we feel the real beauty of Nova Scotia lies , where we are able to get some rare remote shots along the trails and lakes of that area . Nova Scotia’s coastal areas reward us with some awesome photo opportunities with the high cliffs and tidal flats. We both share a love of nature and capture it to the best of our ability, to reflect our love of the beauty that surrounds us. Myself, I enjoy the many species of wild flowers native to Nova Scotia found in and around the many bogs, and swamps; My all time favorites are the 5 species of Lady slippers native to Nova Scotia. My partner Mike on the other hand enjoys Landscape Photography, and excels at that. He is a tech I am not but between the two of us we make an awesome team . We ultimately hope that you enjoy our site.

have a look here Lady’s Slippers of Nova Scotia for some great information on Laurinda’s Favourite subject, Wild Orchids of Nova Scotia

 

If  Laurinda’s Hand Made  Jewelry interests you   see  Jewelry

 

 

Tips for Viewing Galleries

our Galleries are set up based on Content and or techniques used to record or

process them

 

 

 

when viewing images it may be more convenient to use the Left and right arrow

keys on your keyboard to view the previous or next image

when exiting a page or gallery use the back button on your browser to go to the

previous view of galleries

 

it may be better to view images with your browser set to full screen

in Windows explorer click the gear icon below the close window button

then select file and full screen from the drop down Menus

in Google Chrome click the 3 bars just right of the address area [customize and control button]

then click the 4 corners button from the zoom option

 

Please take the time to Enjoy your experience

 

Laurinda & Mike