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Never seen it Ardy, I was in Moncton once, I saw it in the Bay of Fundy, thanks.
Then there's the Tidal Bore at Moncton, New Brunswick. I've been there several times but always in summer when the tides are not high. It's still fascinating to watch the tide coming up the river.
Yes I hope you get lots of rain very soon Robbos.Yes I have to get away sometimes too Janazlouky, the Island is very small.Tides are fascinating Hanne, I have seen extreme tides in Nova Scotia and Yorkshire.Glad you like it Mimi.
What a beautiful picture Robbie! Thanks!
It's interesting when things like this happen. To experience a real good tide is very exciting, we spend a couple of days watching the tide move in and out once in Norway at the Atlantic Ocean. SO fascinating!! We haven't got any here!! Thanks so very much Robbie!!
I love the sea, but I've got to get away, thank you Robbiel
Robryan is correct in saying this Robbie, we need the water here in OZ to help fight the fires.
Wow and such a beautiful pic too :)
We usually have lower tides around this time PKH, but this one is the lowest. No official news yet.Thanks Buck.It does mate.Oh no, first Texas takes our onion and name, now Oz takes our water!!Thanks chickie.Thanks GS.
Lovely; wonderful colours.
It's a beautiful shot Robbie.
I think I know where your water disappeared to Robbie - we have King Tides here in Oz at the moments!! We stole it all!!!
the water looks delicious!
Is there a reason for such a low tide, Robbie?