Hopewell Rocks is a tourism attraction and most certainly an undefined wonder of the world.
The original image is generally an idea of what is projected through tourism. Standing at the highest point of cliffs overlooking the area you can see rock formations surrounded by water. To the left is the first of 3 platforms that can be reached during low tides.
VERSION 1 I have walked down to the second platform. Below me, the final platform above the ocean floor is now covered with water. I had 5 minutes to return to the top.
VERSION 2 Back at the top, another shot that gives an idea in the return of the water.
A BRIEF BACKGROUND. The BAY OF FUNDY is the body of water here at Hopewell Rocks. This is the ONLY area in the world where tides climb to an average of 43 FEET! No other tide flow in the world equals this: the average around the world is about 3-4 feet with much around 2-3 feet.
Hope you enjoy these and I will post more of the area.