Still shining proudly over Atlantic waters, lighthouses have become icons of Maritime folklore, serving as reminders of a rich nautical history. Exploring the nooks and crannies of the East Coast, photographer Jordan Crowe brings us through the fog to uncover these spectacular monuments of the past.
Travel from the tip of Nova Scotia’s Yarmouth County to experience the rugged structure of Cape Forchu, then revel in the captivating Swallowtail at Grand Manan Island, New Brunswick. Featuring unforgettable photographs, full historical profiles, and detailed travel information for many of Canada’s most famous beacons, Maritime Lighthouses is not only a timeless treasure, but an adventure-seeker’s personal guide.
A former photography student at the University of Western Ontario, Jordan Crowe moved to the East Coast to pursue a career in the Maritimes. Garnering a deep appreciation for the local lighthouse love and lore, Crowe began to preserve these aging structures with his lens. He lives with his wife in Harrietsfield, Nova Scotia.