I didn't spend a lot of time on photography in Halifax, and only ended up with one picture worth keeping:
I somehow avoided the cliché shots of the lovely little green hilly island across the harbor with the lovely little white lighthouse on it that the English used as a lovely little concentration camp for the forcibly removed local French population in the mid-18th century.
And what about the lovely little pirate boat?
I don't think I even shot any photos of it to discard later.
The repeated "lovely", by the way, is in part a reference to our tour guide in Slovenia, who used that word to describe everything we saw. But I shouldn't be too mean, because her English was far far better than my Slovenian...