Mauzy by Blair Gaulton

Mauzy* air;
fresher ‘n’ thicker than beer.
BJG(Blair Gaulton)Oct 2019

Mauzy is a Newfoundland English word. For one explanation please go to the link below

Fog Near Ladies Lookout St.John’s July 2016 by Blair Gaulton

(C)BJG(Blair Gaulton)July 2016

Waterford River 3 by Blair Gaulton

(C)BJG(Blair Gaulton)July 2016

This Morning by Blair Gaulton

(C)BJG(Blair Gaulton)July 2016

Had some difficulty sleeping last night; so I went out for a walk early this morning and this was one of many things I saw.

River ‘n’ Trees by Blair Gaulton

(C)BJG(Blair Gaulton)July 2016

Another beautiful spot along this trail. I stopped many times to take pictures as I was entranced by the beauty in many places.

Face in the River by Blair Gaulton

(C)BJG(Blair Gaulton)July 2016
This made me do a double-take as I was walking this trail. I stopped and took several pictures of it. At first it made me think there is a face in the river.  ­čÖé

Virginia Lake by Blair Gaulton

(C)BJG(Blair Gaulton)July 2016
Was out walking today along the Virginia River Trail and as I was passing by Virginia Lake I was drawn in by the contrasting colours.

Beautiful Brigus by Blair Gaulton


One thing I really love about traveling around my home, Newfoundland and Labrador; is how the light changes constant adding nuances to our beautiful scenery and landscape. Brigus and cupids were a fine examples of that on my travels on Sunday.

Home 2 by Blair Gaulton

Home 2
I long for the ocean
the embrace of the salty air
sprinkling of the spray
in my face and hair
to hear the ripple
of the waves
and breeze
fill me with ease
it’s life and rhythms
call to me from far away
to return and stay.
(C)BJG(Blair Gaulton)Feb 2015

Conversation With Nan by Blair Gaulton

Conversation With Nan
Nan, what are you having for tea?
Toast ‘n’ tea
some lassy* too
sounds good
can I join you?
(C)BJG(Blair Gaulton)Oct 2014
* Used in Newfoundland English for molasses