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 "HOPEWELL ROCKS, NEW BRUNSWICK CANADA"  © Ken Burrows
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(@KENBURROWS) Ken Burrows said:August 23rd, 2017 (10:58am) PDT
@Lynne101 Thank you so much for ALL your visits. Glad you are enjoying the PEI photos. I have a sister living on PEI so we spent a week touring. Been there a few times before. The lupins started to really appear about mid June and we were there for the last week of June. They seemed to be dying by that point. Other locations are always amazing.
(@Lynne101) Lynne M. said:August 22nd, 2017 (10:39pm) PDT
Thank you for sharing such amazing photos from your trip.... They are just beautiful.... :-)
(@TimDuffus) Tim Duffus said:July 25th, 2017 (2:46pm) PDT
Great capture Ken. Thanks for the info.
(@KENBURROWS) Ken Burrows said:July 25th, 2017 (12:31pm) PDT
@pamelabole Thank you as always Pamela. The location really is amazing: been there 4 times over the years, it never gets tired. As for the tides, you have about 9 hours of low tide and the tide will take about another 3 hours to reach great heights.
(@pamelabole) Pamela Bole said:July 24th, 2017 (10:47am) PDT
Wow.....what a dramatic difference in all of the series of photos!!! I sure would want to make sure I knew when that 43 foot tide was coming in so I could head to higher/ drier ground!!! ; ) Great shots....thanks for sharing!!! : )
(@KENBURROWS) Ken Burrows said:July 24th, 2017 (5:57am) PDT
@RobDietz Thank you Rob. It was very interesting; especially from a viewpoint I had. These shots were from the morning. In the afternoon I joined a group that went kayaking through and around all the rocks. What was an arch became a cave. That was AWESOME.
(@RobDietz) Rob Dietz said:July 24th, 2017 (4:37am) PDT
Must be cool to see the tide come in!
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A few days past, I posted some shots from here to show examples of high tides. These images (extra versions) give an example when the 43 foot tides have receded and you can now walk on the Ocean Floor. No Those are not ants down there! :)

Different rock formations are here, some are arches other simply towering displays and still others are actually caves. All of this, a result of the ocean tides in the Bay of Fundy.

Do hope you enjoy. I am trying to find time to post more frequently but....

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