Photo Of The Day #58

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Remember, this photo was taken with a film camera…plus it’s been scanned and re-sized upwards. Hence the loss of some detail…

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This photo was taken at the Bay of Fundy in the Province of New Brunswick, Canada in 1974. It’s the area with the World’s highest tides exceeding 40+ feet.  Look closely and you can see a person  standing in the opening…

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4 thoughts on “Photo Of The Day #58

  1. We visited The Bay of Fundy in Oct-2011. Just magnificent, as is all the country around there. We tooled around for a month. I have wanted to see the tidal variation for many years and was not disappointed.Stayed in a gorgeous cabin in the Quebec.Loved everything. Nova Scotia was beautiful. Love Canada, each coast and the middlle too! Planning stages for a return off season to Jasper & Lake Louise et at!
    Cheers,
    Cindy

    • ramblinmanjimj

      Thanks for your comment, Cindy. I traveled all of the Canadian Maritime back in the 70’s by motorcycle. It certainly is beautiful country.

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