Friday, April 13, 2007

High-low tide video

While I was in an exploratory mood this week, I popped over to YouTube to see what sort of Bay of Fundy content I might discover. Found this ancient video clip from Britannica The voiceover is a bit groovy but it features an excellent timed video of the tide coming in so take a look! Another successful qualifier for my Bay of Fundy high-low tide collection!

3 comments:

Toddles said...

Nice use of resources.
Hey Terri Im looking forward to some current video from the Bay of Fundy. I hope your group considers what opportunities exist to capture video over the summer. Can't imagine what the picture in the previous post would look like as a movie.... I'm sure you've got lots of other things going on there too.

By the way, send along a link to your new map once you get it created. I'd love to feature community maps from the Bay of Fundy on my blog.

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regards,
t.

Terri McCulloch said...

yes we should all be taking more video of the Bay of Fundy. It's so much easier to understand the whole tidal thing through moving images. Hard to capture in a still photo that 100 billion tonnes moving through on each tide! So much great tecnology to keep up with -- love it! Terri

Mary Sheehan Winn said...

That is great video. I'm inspired to post some high/low tide photos, that I took last summer at Parrsboro town pier.
If you haven't visited the Canadian Maritimes you are missing spectacular scenery.