and all the fishing boats are well afloat and ready to go in this little harbour on the coast of the Bay of Fundy in Nova Scotia, Canada. The Bay separates Nove Scotia and New Brunswick and has the highest tides in the world, so every day when the tide goes out, these boats are resting on the bottom of the harbour and the nearest water is quite a distance away. Good time to do any work on the bottom of the boat! Few places in the world have their livelihood so totally dependent upon the rise and fall of the ocean’s tides, but all of the fishing villages along the Bay have their work regulated for them in this regard.
Taken in the summer of 2007 with a Sony DSCF828 camera.