Frozen in time


Cavendish res­i­dent Jeff Jack­son and his fam­ily spent the af­ter­noon of April 20 out on the har­bour in Trin­ity Bay chas­ing whales and ice­bergs. Jeff, who had just come back from seal hunt­ing, says he could have made more money as a tour guide that day, than a sealer.

Jack­son wanted to share th­ese pho­tos he cap­tured dur­ing the out­ing with Com­pass read­ers.

Cap­tions read clock­wise start­ing top left. CUTE COUSINS - From left: Robyn and Tara Hef­ford and their cousins Ali­cia and Daniel Jack­son got to see na­ture at its best dur­ing a boat ride, skip­pered by Ali­cia and Daniel’s dad, Jeff, in Cavendish April 20. NICE SHOW - This whale put on quite the show for the Jack­son Fam­ily dur­ing a boat ride in Cavendish. Ac­cord­ing to pho­tog­ra­pher Jeff Jack­son, the mam­mal swam un­der their boat sev­eral times, opened its mouth and frol­icked around in the wa­ter. HAPPY DANCE - The still and quiet wa­ters of Trin­ity Bay pro­vided a great stage for this whale’s per­for­mance last Mon­day, April 20. ON THE ROCKS - Ali­cia Jack­son nib­bles on a piece of ice, which fell from a huge ice­berg float­ing in the har­bour just off Cavendish. Ali­cia, 13, has been a Com­pass­car­rier for the past four years. She even­tu­ally handed the ice over to her dad, Jeff, who uses it to make “the best tast­ing ever hol­i­day slush.” Ice­berg wa­ter is still as fresh as it was when it was first formed thou­sands of years ago. BIG BERG - This big berg sit­ting in the wa­ters just off Cavendish has caught the eye of many peo­ple driv­ing through the Trin­ity South town. Jeff Jack­son and his fam­ily got a close up look at the berg dur­ing a boat ride around the har­bour last week. BREATH­TAK­ING - Cavendish res­i­dent Jeff Jack­son cap­tured this breath­tak­ing scene dur­ing a boat ride with his fam­ily April 20.

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