Today I took a drive down past Kentville to Hall's Harbour to see the low tide!
As part of the Bay of Fundy they enjoy the world's highest tides. I had my camera with
me and could not help but to grab these spectacular shots.
The tides are 53 feet in the bay of Fundy! That's about 9 times the average tide on the other side of
the province in Halifax; where I'm from. It's really quite a site to see the boats on their side!
Here is a view from on top of the wharf looking at the shore line.
The Bay of Fundy has been nominated as one of the seven wonders of the world.
The Swiss-based non-profit New7Wonders Foundation was established in 2001 by the Swiss-born Canadian filmmaker, author, and adventurer Bernard Weber.
Vote for the Bay of Fundy as one of the seven wonders of the world.
The Hall's Harbour website has more pictures and info.