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Cleveland Beach Headland
Canada

A view of from the headland at Cleveland Beach on St. Margarets Bay in Nova Scotia - Canada. A popular sand beach with a picnic area, walkway, and ramps, Cleveland Beach is best known as the site where scenes for the 2001 motion picture "The Shipping News" were shot. The film featured Academy Award winning actor Kevin Spacey, Julianne Moore, and Judi Dench . It was on the lagoon behind the beach where a scene was shot for the movie of a house being blown across an icy lagoon during a violent winter storm.Thankfully, the summer waters are much more inviting to swimmers who frequent this beach on a regular basis. Cleveland Beach is the most easterly beach of the three beaches in Queensland, accessible from Exits 5 and 6.

Copyright: David kadlec
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Uploaded: 09/09/2009
Updated: 17/09/2014
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Tags: nature; outdoors; beach; ocean; shoreline; waterfront; nova scotia; canada
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