Thursday, April 24, 2008

Scenes from the ocean floor - 3rd in a Series

Walking around on the ocean floor at low tide certainly makes for some odd photo opportunities. I actually have a theory that you don't really need to be a very good photographer to take amazing photos around the Bay of Fundy: it just seems like everywhere you look there's something neat to take a picture of....the photos sorta take themselves!

Take this image, for example. My view from the ocean floor gives this small island tip an oversized look by comparison to the shallow puddle of water (low tide) it's floating in. Odd but interesting to think it will be surrounded by waters 35-40 feet higher 6 hours from now at high tide when it will go back to looking like a 'real' island.

4 comments:

Gwen Buchanan said...

Fantastic photo, Terri! You're so good!!

and you are right about the Bay region being a spectacular place for inspiration and photography!!

Terri said...

oh thanks Gwen (blush) - I appreciate the compliment from your artistic perspective!

Pat said...

I stumbled upon your blog and I was mesmerized by all the beauty of nature right outside your door. Thanks so much for the video and all the wonderful pictures and descriptions. I feel as if I have been on a wonderful voyage!

Pat

Tim said...

Hi Terri,

Terrific photos... which drum up some great memories of field work on the beach.

I thought you might be interested in checking out the revised hall web site (http://www.thehall.ca) , which I have recently converted to be run by a Wordpress blog. My hope is that the new format will allow the hall committee improved communication and wider attention.

I'll be checking out your blog more frequently now - it is great !

Max and I hope to get up to Parrsboro for a visit soon, hopefully well see you around.