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Watery Wednesday

Posted by Lorac Wednesday, 28 October 2009

Watery Wednesday
I am out of ideas today. A little worn out I think! Just finished working 14 days in a row.
I have always liked the Watery Wednesday theme so today , I will indulge.

On a working trip to Nova Scotia I manged to have a day off with my working partner by driving longer hours and switching off drivers. This way we arrived late on Saturday and had the Sunday to our selves before starting work on Monday. Only having one day we decided to check out the Bay of Fundy, a World Heritage UNESCO Site. We queried the locals as to a good time to go as the tides are quite amazing and apparently the longest tides in the world. Bay of Fundy is a 270 km (170 mile) long ocean bay that stretches between the provinces of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia on Canada's east coast. Each day 100 billion tonnes of seawater flows in and out of the Bay of Fundy during one tide cycle more than the combined flow of the world’s freshwater rivers! This is also in February so a little on the chilly side as well!

There was a wonderful set of stairs for walking down to the bay. Well built and attractive to the surroundings. Flowing underneath and then beside it was a little bubbling stream with the ancient rock beneath it.

Originating from this well built causeway under the road and being fed by a stream from the fields behind it. I love the winter brown grasses and the leafless bush showing tans and browns of winter.The grey slate under the water adds to the effect.

The fishing boats are tied at the dock. As the tide goes out they sit on the ocean floor. It was a beautiful day at minus 15 Celsius! It gives the look of being late in the day but you can see the sun is coming up. In February the sun isn't very strong in warmth or light.

Just slightly over to left, it gives a better view of the bay and the tide level.

This little slip of a boat launch is way out from the waters edge at this time!

On the cliffs, an ice cascade, formed by the cold and the windswept area is coloured by the presence of red clay.

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  1. darsden Says:
  2. as if I was there, the crisp clean smell in the air and the sound of water.. Lovely

  3. Martha Z Says:
  4. Beautiful shots. I love to explore places like this.

  5. George Says:
  6. Thanks for these beautiful views of the Bay of Fundy. I would certainly like to see it in person some day, but perhaps sometime other than February!

  7. eileeninmd Says:
  8. Beautiful photos of the Bay of Fundy. I have been to New Brunswick and the Bay of Fundy. i thought it was neat to walk on the beach when the tide was out.
    Great memories, thanks for sharing.

  9. Lorac Says:
  10. Dar- Thanks! I too love being by the ocean.

    Martha-Me too! Nothing I like better than exploring new places.

    George- It was a little chilly, George! Actually it was downright freezing but I still enjoyed it.

    Eileen- You're welcome! It is also beautiful from New Brunswick.

  11. Jim Says:
  12. Great shots.
    Sydney - City and Suburbs

  13. ~Cheryl Says:
  14. Belated congratulations on 100 posts, and I'm looking forward to the next 100! The row of orange trees in #101 is stunning! Sorry you're feeling worn out, but this watery post is terrific... nothing tired and worn about these photos! Nice job!

  15. That was fun to read! I've been to the Bay of Fundy but it was such a lo-o-o-ng time ago.

  16. Lori ann Says:
  17. I would love to go there, it's lovely, thanks for the great post and photos!

  18. Lovely images!

  19. Tom Says:
  20. Hello Lorac
    I don't do this theme day but I still get to enjoy all the pictures I come across... ;o)

    I called by to thank you for stopping by and commenting on my Header with the Holly Berries. It as been nice to see new names in our comment sections and links to new blogs and new people.
    Thank you

  21. Lorac Says:
  22. JBar- Loved your site too!

    Cheryl- Thanks! I enjoyed doing 100 blogs and think i will enjoy the next even more. The orange Maple tree pic is one of my favorites!

    Stine- Well, thank you! It is a really cool area. It was up for the vote as one of the seven wonders too!

    Lori ann- Thank you. If you ever get the chance to go to Nova Scotia, it is well worth it!

    Kirigalpoththa-Hello to you! Thank you as well!

    Tom- Hi there! It is nice to find new blogs and see what peoples interests are out there. I usually only do SkyWatch Friday but I was too tired to think so it was an easy out. I like your header idea. The template I am using makes it a little difficult to change over so not for me but keep up your wonderful blog!


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