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Bay of Fundy, Canada

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Twice everyday the Bay fills and empties of its 100 billion tonnes of water, creating the highest tides in the world. The height of the tide is 3.5 meters (11ft) along the southwest shore of Nova Scotia and steadily increases as the floodwaters travel up the 280 km (174 miles) of shoreline to the head of the Bay where in the Minas Basin the height of the tide can reach 16 meters (53ft).

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Mar 21 2009 20:17 GMT LizSA
brave people down there....

I have seen tides.... interesting in England/and even Wales......

but I do not think that high and serious.... very interesting.... so this happens once a day......!!!
Mar 21 2009 21:05 GMT verarenm
Very, very interesting! The vegetation in top ...something about tide also. Beautiful shot!
Mar 21 2009 21:27 GMT u40
Mar 21 2009 21:29 GMT Alhadi
Nice Shot
Mar 21 2009 22:11 GMT Midworlder PRO
Thanks M-Star
Mar 21 2009 22:12 GMT Midworlder PRO
Thanks you Vera
Mar 21 2009 22:45 GMT Midworlder PRO
Liz, it was a 34 ft tidal range on the day we visited !!

And can be over 50 ft !!!
Mar 21 2009 23:00 GMT Littlewing
i would like to attempt sleeping atop under the pine tree.
Mar 22 2009 02:30 GMT infocusb4
Makes you wonder where all the water goes...
Mar 22 2009 09:32 GMT LadyDaisy
Splendid shot! Magnificent view!