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It is not known as "the small Orme". To all Internationally recognised sources, as well as locals, it is known as "The Little Orme"
Who named this place Douglasville??? I've lived here for 45 years, and never heard it called this, and neither has anyone else from the area!!! And they have lived here longer than me.
The blue square is misplaced. That photo could not have been taken from where the blue square is now. I happen to know this because my wife and I took dozens of walk up the steep hill along a narrow trail up to the place from where one can see the lovely view shown on the photo.
There was even a picnic table there in a small clearing among the trees. The small clearing is what gave charm to this place and provided a wonderful vista downward and far South toward the beginning of the Annapolis Valley behind the large bend on the water.
I do not know how to point to you on the map where that picnic table is with the view shown of the beach and shore below. I'll try this:
Looking at your top-right satellite photo and scale, the photo was taken about 4,000 feet south-west from the present location of the blue square, right about where the letter 'W' in White Water is located. That should be close enough.
A portion of the Light Show that takes place on Parliament Hill during the summer, using the Parliament Building (Canada's seat of government) as the backdrop for the display.
The conductor let us get off the train here to streatch our legs while we waited for the south bound train to pass.
Actually, it is taken from The LookOff.