The Bay of Fundy, on the eastern edge of New Brunswick, has the largest vertical tides in the world – a difference of approximately fifty feet from low- to high-tide. I was fortunate that low tide coincided with sunrise during my visit to the region, because it allowed me to go down to a vantage point that is inaccessible for most of the day. I also count myself lucky that I was treated to a particularly beautiful sunrise, since I'd been getting up at obscenely early hours for the preceding week or so, in the hopes of seeing a particularly photogenic sunrise, but had struck out until now. This shot made all the waiting worthwhile.
Folder: Eastern Canada
Uploaded: Dec 23, 2015
Tags: Canada, New Brunswick, Park, Provincial Park, Rock, Rocks, The Rocks, The Rocks Provincial Park, tide, ocean, Atlantic, tides, low tide, sunrise, cloud, clouds, cloudy, bright, landscape, nature, beach, morning, dawn, Glenn Lewis, Glenn Lewis Photogr