Photo of the Week: Cape Auget Light

Cape Breton Living Photo of the Week: Cape Auget LightCape Auget Light –

Thank you Blair Landry for sharing another great shot with us. Blair says: “My wife and I took a drive out to the Cape Auget Light(Isle Madame) one evening to watch the sunset. It happened to be a great sunset that evening and I came away with this shot. Sometimes you get lucky with the right cloud cover.” Thank you for sharing this awesome photo with us!

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Cape Breton Island is a small island on the northeast tip of Nova Scotia, Canada. No matter where you are on this picturesque island, no matter where you look, one will find a picture perfect occasion to capture a slice of Nova Scotia’s masterpiece.
So every Friday, come back to this page to find a new photo of that special little piece of Cape Breton Island. If you have a photo you would like to share with the world, please send it to capebretonliving@gmail.com.

Photo of the Week on Cape Breton Living has been sharing a new photo every week on Fridays since 2001. You’ll find below, most of the past Photos of the Week that we had the pleasure to post every Friday. Every photo deserve the chance to be viewed over and over and not to be stashed in a dark vault. So please check out the past photos links below,

Enjoy!

2 thoughts on “Photo of the Week: Cape Auget Light”

  1. Hello, I am looking for any information on The Keeper of the Light, on Cape Auget Light from 1895 to 1898. It has been told to me by mom many years ago that her grandfather Noel DeCoste aka (Christopher Noel DeCoste), was the keeper until his death in August of 1898. I have a letter from the Superintendent of Lights allowing Mrs Christoper Noel for her and the children to remain in the house attached to the Light until spring of 1899 when the new Keeper would arrive. The document is very old so I’m not too sure if I should try to photo copy it. I was hoping that you might have that record in your files. and maybe you could send me a copy or anything that refers to my ggrandfather. Thank you in advance for any help you can give me. very truly yours,

    1. Hello Rita, Thank you for this fascinating bit of history! I wish I could help you, but I don’t have any information on this lighthouse. I can check around and if I do find anything out on the Keeper of the Light I’ll most definitely get back to you. Meanwhile, maybe someone seeing your message will have an answer for you?

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