IN SAINT JOHN,
Cruise ship photo essay - Carnival Cruise Lines - Carnival Triumph
Carnival Triumph is no stranger to
Saint John on the eastern coast of
Canada. She was the first ship to use the
first cruise terminal there. But beyond
that, she visited the port many times
during her years doing summertime
cruises to Canada from New York.
One of the reasons that people take
cruises to Canada is to see the colorful
fall foliage. This can be spectacular in
the crisp bright sunlight.
On one of Triumph's calls to Saint John,
the ship itself was bathed in the crisp
Canadian sunlight, which showed her off
in the same spectacular fashion.
The morning finds Saint John Harbor occupied by
Jewel of the Seas (left) and Carnival Triumph (right) as
Caribbean Princess comes in to join them.
In the afternoon, the clouds break a little more and
Triumph is set forth in sharp contrast.
In the late afternoon, the sun is low on the horizon and its bright rays makes Triumph's white hull almost glow.
Triumph's hull is refelected in the water.
While the port side is bathed in light, the stern and the starboard side are already in the
darkness of the approaching night.