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Modified 13-Jan-16
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The Bay of Fundy, Canada
Here is where the restless waves, carried inshore by the highest tides in the world, break on the tall, sheer Fundy cliffs. Twice each day, the tide creeps up the cliff faces to heights of more than 50 feet above the low water mark. In this dramatic meeting, fossils, bones and semi precious stones are gouged from the 200 million year old basalt and sandstone shoreline. Fishing boats that sailed into Fundy’s harbours on the tide settle gently onto the sea bed, there to await the return of the tide that will allow them to sail back out to sea.
This phenomenal occurrence is captured in my photo set (High & Low Tide). The setting is Hall’s Harbour, an unspoiled fishing community on the Fundy shore north of the beautiful Annapolis Valley; one of Nova Scotia’s premier place to view Mother Nature at Her finest! It takes six hours for the tide to come in, and another six hours for the tide to go out - Bay of Fundy, Pictures of Nova Scotia

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Keywords:Atlantic Canada Photography, Bay of Fundy, Canada, Canadian Landscape Photography, Hall's Harbour, High Tide, Landscape Photography, Landscape Photography Canada, Landscapes, Low Tide, Maritime Photos, Nova Scotia Photography, Nova Scotia Tourism, Photography, Tides, World's Highest Tides