Monday, November 02, 2009

Just another day walking on the ocean floor

An aerial view is one of the best ways to see the full extent of the vast low-tide-exposed ocean floor here on Bay of Fundy (keep your eyes peeled if you fly on a clear day Halifax, Nova Scotia to/from Montreal or Toronto: you'll go right over the upper bay).

Short of flying there are lots of great bluffs & trails with pretty amazing views too. Take this one at Five Islands Provincial Park in Nova Scotia.

This is just the regular view from the lower campground & picnic site. Low tide mud flats, snaking tidal river, layers of coast in the distance: just another breathtaking day (I took this photo yesterday) on Fundy bay. mmmm, yeah.....

p.s. yes those are tire tracks in the lower left corner. Probably from a clammer...


Paul Nicholas said...

Hi Terri

There is an old graveyard on West Bay Rd outside of Parrsboro. It is in a bad state of repair. Do you know anything of the history of this graveyard?

Paul Nicholas

Anonymous said...

Hi Terri,

Great blog. I am hoping that you can help me. I have been trying to find a beach where I could dig a few clams with my little boy. I live in Middle Sackville (HRM) but I am willing to drive anywhere. Do you know a good place that we could try?

I can be reached at

Thanks so much,


The BEDBUG Blog said...

This is another great photo, Terri. I clicked on it and could see cape Split in the background.