Beach Days
Palos Verdes, Abalone cove
2012

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PS. Have you ever been to the Bay of Fundy and walked on the ocean floor?
The tides in Nova Scotia’s Bay of Fundy are the highest in the world. Twice a day 115 billion tones of water move in and out of the 160 mile long v-shaped pocket of sea-water.
The rise and fall is 20, 30, often 40 feet in some places. During periods of high winds and a full moon, some Bay of Fundy tides have risen as high as fifty feet. The record variance between high and low has been measured as 54 feet in a place called Burncoat Head on the Minas Basin.
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