As we traversed the western end of Prince Edward Island last August, my daughter got used to screeching wheels whenever we went just a little too fast past a churchyard. A couple of times she even sighed and said helpfully, "Mom, you actually missed one," and then waited patiently while I tried to find the right photographic angles.
They are all my favorites. I was entranced by Celtic echoes in the graveyard of the church in the top photos, which I happened upon early one morning when I was out looking for birds along the coast. People often associate the Celts only with Ireland and Scotland, but Celtic tribes covered most of northern Europe until they were pushed to its fringes by the Romans, and many of their descendants from France, Britain, and Ireland turned up in the Canadian Maritimes hundreds of years later. The one with the reddish roof is St. Mary's of Indian River, and boasts the most astonishing carvings, I presume of the disciples, around the base of its steeple. (Remember, you can enlarge the images with a click.) And the last one -- I just loved the glint of sea and sky through the window.