Halifax Parade of Lights is exciting event held every November

Parade of lights is an annual event in Halifax, NS sponsored by local paper Chronicle Herald. Many local businesses participate to make this an unforgettable event for kids and families. Also, know as holiday parade of lights it takes place around November 18 each year. The days are already very short and it gets dark […]

See world largest pumpkins at annual parade in Windsor, NS

Windsor, Nova Scotia is a beautiful small town about 50km south west of Halifax. Each October very special events happen here – giant pumpkin parade. The Dill family farm is famous for growing world largest pumpkins. They are so big that people started carving them and making into pumpkin boats. The Dill farm  claims to […]

Saint Andrews, NB waterfront Christmas decorations and Christmas Parade

Saint Andrews, NB, Canada is a small and charming coastal town close to the Us border. Saint Andrews, NB waterfront stretches for about a mile and is beautifully decorated for Christmas holidays. Saint Andrews attracts visitors from the end of November till after Christmas to see spectacular outdoor Christmas decorations, enjoy the sunsets at the […]

Quebec winter carnival night parade, unique and fun travel idea for all ages (Part 3)

Quebec winter carnival night parade is always concluded by the famous mascot – Bonhomme Carnival. This snowman is a symbol of Quebec winter carnival and is present at many events around Quebec city. There are many images of Bonhomme all over the place. The Bonhomme’s winterland at the Plains of Abraham park admission pass features […]

Quebec winter carnival night parade, unique and fun travel idea for all ages (Part 2)

Quebec winter carnival night parade (Part 2) continues to tell the story about this great winter event and showcase more winter pictures. FPImages presents 15 more night images taken at 2015 Quebec winter carnival night parade. Attending this night parade is an excellent way to celebrate winter, have fun and capture amazing night images and […]

Quebec winter carnival night parade, unique and fun travel idea for all ages (Part 1)

Quebec winter carnival night parade is a celebration of winter in Quebec city, Canada. Quebec city climate is continental with winter temperature staying well below freezing which allows to have lots of winter activities and attractions. This is a perfect weather for ice and snow sculptures and palaces, tobogganing, sleigh rides, dog sledding and much […]

Canada Day Royal Nova Scotia international tattoo parade

Canada Day is July 1 and it is celebrated across the country. Each year Halifax, being largest city on Canada’s east coast presents Royal Nova Scotia Tattoo parade. Parade follows Spring Garden road – main downtown street in Halifax and then goes around the Citadel via Brunswick street. The parade starts around 10 am and […]

Tall ships display their beauty at Parade of Sail in Halifax Harbour

Large sailing tall ship under full sail is one of the most beautiful sights in the world. And when there are about 50 tall ships sailing by then it is a real treat for spectators. This is exactly what people came to enjoy on July 20, 2009 during Tall Ships Halifax Parade of Sail along […]

Rose Parade – Marching Bands and Colorul Flower Floats

The Rose Parade began in 1890s to promote the warm winters of the west coast. The parade preceded various sporting events in order to attract attention and spectators. The first American football game was played in 1902 and the proper football stadium was commissioned in 1920 and completed by 1923. The Parade and Tournament known […]

Tall Ships Atlantic Challenge 2009

All of the photos in this series were taken during Tall Ships Halifax 2009. It was the start of Atlantic Challenge Race last leg from Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada to Belfast, Ireland. This was also one of the best tall ships gatherings in years. This race was a joint venture between Sail Training International and Tall […]