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Photography Practice at Kejimkujik National Park, Nova Scotia

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One of our favorite places in Nova Scotia is Kejimkujik National Park. Bryan and I both camped there as children (before we met) and now we love bringing our daughter there.

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It’s also a great place to practice photography. There are lots of walking, hiking and biking trails. They rent gear (like canoes and mountain bikes) so if you don’t have your own, you can use theirs and get some great shots.

My Favorite Shots From a National Park Day

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bryan drew canoe river kejimkujik national park

How are you planning on spending your time while camping? These camping games and activities should help.

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enjoying nature family canoe ride kejimkujik

painted turtle river kejimkujik national park

blandings turtle kejimkujik national park

turtles eye view gopro

canoe paddle river kejimkujik national park

lake kejimkujik

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little treasures swimming kejimkujik

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Gear we used for this trip; Canon Rebel DSLR, GoPro Hero4 Black, GorillaPod, and our OCC selfie stick.

On this trip, Bryan shot an underwater video of the endangered Blanding’s Turtle.

Need a gift for the camper in your life? Check out our curated list of camping gifts.

Have you practiced photography at a National Park? Tell us what you thought of it by commenting on this post. (And let us know which picture you liked the most.)

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