Posts Tagged "Bay of Fundy"

Ghostly Skies

Posted by on Oct 27, 2013 in holiday, Unmowed Blog | 1 comment

Ghostly Skies

Clouds drifting across a cold autumn sky. Seems like ghosts hovering overhead, getting ready for...

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The Flowerpot Rocks

Posted by on Oct 3, 2013 in fall, Unmowed Blog | 0 comments

The Flowerpot Rocks

The Flowerpot Rocks. Such a sweet, grandmotherly name for these giant chunks of stone, each one as big as a breaching whale. They’re found at the head of the Bay of Fundy in Canada, famous for having the highest tidal range in the world. When I read about the Fundy tides, I thought that would mean a dramatic tsunami of water rushing in–but it’s a subtle, almost invisible movement, too slow to notice. The water just creeps inch by inch over chocolate-colored mud flats, and crawls up higher and higher with each gentle wavelet. At low tide, tourists throng around the Flowerpots,...

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