In the Bay of Fundy, one of Canada’s Seven Natural Wonders, a billion tons of water that ebb and flow with the tides have sculpted red standstone.
Here, at Hopewell Rocks at low tide, rock sculpted into “flowerpots” upon which pine grows emerge from the sea floor.
Girls clamber about on the rocks and in the mud where clams hide.
While boys set off eastward across the mud toward Nova Scotia, determined to arrive before the tsunami of water at high tide flows in.
See my photo essay “The Highs and Lows on the Bay of Fundy: Photographs,” at Numéro Cinq.
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I love the top picture. You call them red stone, is there lot of iron in that area?