Cape Blomidon Provincial Park is on the shore of the Bay of Fundy, Nova Scotia side, Canada. The Bay separates Nova Scotia from New Brunswick, and features the highest tides in the world. Legend has it that the Cape was the home of Glooscap, the ancestral warrior/king/creator of the Micmac people who originally inhabited these parts. The beach is reached by a series of well-maintained steps from the upper levels of the park. The shoreline is largely quite steep cliffs, as shown in the photo. It’s a very quiet and beautiful place for picnics,swimming,or just enjoying nature. Jann found that even the flotsam was waiting to provide a restful chair!
July 3, 2007, Sony DSCF828 camera.