Saturday, January 16, 2010

Bay of Fundy, Scenic Sunday

From my archives I have some photos of our trip to the Bay of Fundy, located in New Brunswick, Canada.
The bay is known for its high tidal range. When the tide is out we were able to walk along the beach and see all the rock formations that would normally be under water during the high tide.
















The tide is changing on this photo




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48 comments:

  1. What interesting rock formations. You must have to be careful not to be walking there when the tide comes in.

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  2. Awesome shots Eileen, what a gorgeous place.

    All the best
    Guy

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  3. The rock formation is amazing, especially the first one: looking at other with the neck being stretched long.

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  4. WOW, I really love this place and pictures!:-) Looks like a great place for some bouldering?
    Have a great sunday!

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  5. Eileen, these are fascinating! And I love how we can see other things in them. In the first one I see the rock on the right as a leg/foot coming out of the ground!

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  6. Amazing rock formations! great photo!

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  7. Lovely pictures and an amazing place with those rocks!!

    http://christinaahl.blogg.se/2010/january/scenic-sunday-1.html#comment

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  8. How beautiful that is! Changing tides are so amazing. We have walked on some awesome places when the tide is out too. One time, we had to take another route back because the tide came in before we returned to our starting point.

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  9. What a beautiful place to visit. Very specal those rocks

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  10. Personally, I prefer natural forest/beach rather than see rocks.

    The first photos, the rock look like a duck.

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  11. A fantastic scenery!!!
    Thanks you very much

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  12. your wonderful photos make me want to go there someday! Thank you.

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  13. I love seeing this from this view, Eileen. I was there once at high tide...and couldn't stay to see this. So THANKS!

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  14. Wow, beautiful rock formation. Great captures.

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  15. Those rock formations remind me of the AZ desert. Cool toadstools and arches.

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  16. Breathtaking rock formations, Eileen! Reminds me when we hiked on a mountain in New Mexico....Christine

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  17. My family and I went there during our vacation on PEI in 1999, on the day we reserved for visiting stuff off the island. What an impressive place it was!

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  18. wow, beautiful place, thanks for this photos Eileen.

    Bacolod and Beyond Journey

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  19. Hi Eileen, some of the formations look like heads, with trees for hair! Amazing!

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  20. You captured a very interesting fact(like most of the time).
    Those rock are like sculptures.

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  21. what a cool place! We have something similar on one of our islands, but they are much smaller.

    Thanks for showing.

    Glad you liked my header :)

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  22. Great post and photos. Also enjoyed the Niagara falls posts. So many places to see and so little time LOL

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  23. Eileen: Those are wonderful captures of the neat rock formations.

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  24. How cool these are. It's amazing what formations rocks can take. Well done. Have a wonderful week ahead :)

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  25. Awesome shots, Eileen, just fabulous! Those are the coolest rock formations!

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  26. Absolutely gorgeous shots Eileen I had a blast looking at them!

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  27. Foto fantastiche !
    Questo tuo blog di viaggio mi pace molto !
    Buona giornata.-

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  28. Good heavens what an amazing looking place .... some really great shots!!
    Gena @ Thinking Aloud
    a photoblog

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  29. I want to go there! I will be at the Turn Again Arm in Alaska in July. That is also a tidal bore but I don't know if it is this scenic.

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  30. Wow, majestic rock formations eileen...they are so grand!

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  31. The rock formations are fantastic. Great shots.

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  32. we live at the mouth of the rocks here in Southern Illinois I find it very peaceful to visit there

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  33. Wow, what beautiful photos you take. What camera do you use? These rock formations are natures' beautiful works of art.

    Thanks for stopping by and visiting me and leaving your sweet comments.

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  34. good info and nice photos! I bet you guys had a fun trip there!

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  35. Breath-taking captures of rock formations. It reminds me of our family trip to one of the national parks here in Thailand.

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  36. what interesting shapes some look like heads!! thank you for visiting me.

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  37. Really amazing place!!! Nice photos Eileeninmd

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  38. That three photo, the rock looks like a head.

    Beautiful beach,

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  39. Amazing and great scenes.
    Thanks for sharing Eileen.

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  40. Your pictures are so neat! It is really interesting the way that the water carves out the rocks!

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  41. Gorgeous scenery! It's amazing to see the rock formations.

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  42. Marvelous creation of mother nature!

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