The Bay of Fundy lies between the Canadian Provinces of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick on the east coast of Canada. The Bay is famous for having the highest tides in the world, which makes life very interesting for fishermen along it’s shores. In this photo, it’s high tide, and fishing boats have lots of water, even though the harbours along these shores are very small. It’s a lot different at half-tide and even more so at low tide. More posts coming, so you can see.
Sony DSCF828 camera, summer, 2006.