Sunset Seen From the Ocean Floor

With such low and high tides as we have here, I have found myself both scrambling to dry land up the cliffs on the rocks (as in the other day) and walking far out into the Bay of Fundy on land (not very dry) which is, twice a day buried deep under the waves.  I have even felt disturbed at the thought, wondering if I might end up sucked down into a sinkhole, never to be seen again. I was having just such thoughts the other evening as we were out walking Joni, when I turned around and saw the sky. The rivulets running down from streams that come from those cliffs reflected the clouds and evening light and colours, drawing my eye up to the land and then that dramatic sky.

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  1. Merci beaucoup +Paul Paradis 

    Thank you so much +Ginnie Lerch 

    +Merle Nienhuis thank you very much for that kind comment and sweet thought. 

    Thanks very much +Sumit Sen 

    Thank you +Alex Lapidus – 😀

    +Sunny Wu thanks!

    Linda, thanks so much… and I have arranged a low tide (as here) at about 9 pm with sunset around 8:15 on the Sunday evening of your visit. All we hope for is the sky, which, however, is out of my control. +Linda Villers and +Alex Lapidus – it's about 10 minutes from where we live and also from where you will be staying.

    Thank you so much +Jasbir S. Randhawa 

    Thanks so much Bill. I'm glad you like it +William McLean 

    It's a special place, +Stephen MacIntosh and I'm glad this also does it for you. 🙂

    Thank you very much +Susanne Stelle 

    You're welcome and thank you +David Pilasky 

    +Saji Saju – thanks a lot, glad you like it.

    You are so right +Rekha Rao – we have to be constantly aware of what is going on around us. Thanks, and I will try not to get sucked down. 😀

  2. +Ron Grooms – thanks very much. I am too!

    LOL Thanks a lot +Natosha Davis 

    +Annette Junge Daugaard 😀 Thank you

    Many thanks +Christian Andreassen 

    +Ruval Ruv – thank you for both comments.

    It really was and is, +Pat Kight – a great natural phenomenon.

    Thank you so much , Lou +Lou McCorkle 

    +Lars Clausen – thank you very much. I'm glad you like it, my friend.

    +Lauri Novak – 😀 thanks.

    +Ursula Klepper  – it really was a lovely moment, I was so so glad I had my camera with me… and that I had ventured out so far. It was a very peaceful place to be. You are right, too, as Steven and Joni stayed up by the cliffs while I walked out on to the sea bottom. You can just see them in the distance. I thought they added scale and a little treat for any who cared to zoom in! Thanks a lot, Ursula.

    Thank you very much, +Annie Gee 

  3. flowing and drifting thoughts; Breathtaking view. While watching you wouldn't realize when the water creeps up or when it has gotten totally dark around…
    (Please don't get sucked into sinkhole or the water)

  4. This is such a wonderful image with this gorgeous light and colors in the sky and the reflections in the water! It truly draws my eyes into it and I start scrolling around to discover all the details …. That is sure Steven with Joni there walking away? This must have been a happy moment :o)

  5. Ah, nowhere has tides like the Bay of Fundy … I remember seeing a National Geographic piece on them as a kid and thinking how cool it would be to visit … and when I did, many yeas later, it was.

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