Monday, March 12, 2007

New Bay of Fundy high/low tide

Those of you who've been following my blog (love ya!) and new readers will not be surprised to learn that I kind of 'collect' sets of high-low tide photos.

OK, some people collect stamps, but hey, if you lived where I live you couldn't resist doing this either.

Artist Mary Sheehan Winn took this set from her beachside cottage in Parrsboro (on my dog walking route). Oddly, Mary and I had never 'met' until we crossed paths in the blogosphere! I rather pride myself on discovering and welcoming the 'summer people' (it's a small town, what can I say...). I'll look forward to sharing a cuppa tea with Mary when she arrives this summer!

To see other high-low tide sets, check out these previous posts: Road Under Water, Two Islands, Flower Pot Rocks.

1 comment:

Mary Sheehan Winn said...

Terri, I'm so looking forward to that. I'm sure I recognize you in your photo too. I once commented to my hubby that I had only been in Parrsboro for about 5 days and I began to see the same people on the street over again and recognize them although I hadn't officially 'met' or spoken to any of them. It's a small town.
I'm actually here picking up the link for my latest painting post :D Come see.