This view shows the undulating coastal meadow/plain that lines the southwestern shore at Cape St Lawrence and, rising behind it, the hills and mountains that lie inland. The direction of the shot is not quite parallel to the coast line and only a small part of the coast is showing at the right. This photo is hardly devoid of rocks, but it does not do justice to the number of rocks actually found here, many of which are concealed by the lay of the land and the grass, but other photos will correct that deficiency.
The mountain at the far left of this photo is not Bear Hill, but the mountain to its right two photos back, whose name I do not know. Tittle Point is at the far right out of the scope of this photo, but the hill ending at Tittle Point can be seen here sloping to the coast and blocking the view of what lies beyond, leaving only a tiny sliver of the hills further down the coast showing above the hill.