Tuesday, December 02, 2014

Upside, of tide out........

the unusual vantage point to photograph from

Yesterday I posted the aftermath of tidal flooding, an occurrence that thankfully only happens every few years or so. Today is the opposite tide action. Not just normal tide out, but extreme tide out. Where I'm standing to take the image is usually underwater. Occasionally the tide is out so far, you can walk from one beach to the other beach, without having to cross the harbour bridge. Often see horses being exercised around this time too on the beach. Unusual sight, like the tide out to this extreme. The next day it can be as high as the walled harbour, and completely under water. No two days are ever the same in a coastal town.

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12 comments:

Berowne said...

Very intriguing; thanks.

Gerald (SK14) said...

lovely ripples in the sand

Ramsey Mom said...

Lovely hun.

William Kendall said...

A beautiful shot!

I've been out at the Bay of Fundy a couple of times. Being able to walk on sand that a few hours earlier was completely submerged is an experience like this.

Rajesh said...

Great shot at the right time.

Indrani said...

Nature's ways! One has to be careful.
Great pic.
Happy ABCW!

Roger Owen Green said...

good that you took advantage of the UNUSUAL circumstances.


ROG, ABCW

Bergson said...

good light on this sea

fredamans said...

Amazing photo though!

lotusleaf said...

Great shot!

Linda said...

Beautiful.

Birdman said...

I live on the water too and yes, days can be soooo different. How's the smell when it's out? Aromatic?

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