Low tide on the beach at Burntcoat Point Park, Nova Scotia, Canada. This location on the Bay of Fundy boasts the highest tidal range in the world with a 46 to 53 foot difference between sea level at low and high tide. We visited at low tide, just before sunset one evening. The sky didn’t give us much to work with but the location was pretty spectacular even so.
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Awesome Dave, what a great place!