This weeks WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge has the theme of Earth, which is appropriate, given that Saturday is Earth Day. So I figured that I would do a weeklong series of different views of the Earth that I have experienced. Feel free to join in with the fun!
In this second episode, we find ourselves at the location of the Earth’s largest tidal variation: the Bay of Fundy! The Earth’s interplay with the Moon has been key to the development of life on this little planet, and the tidal movements are a diurnal reminder of this interaction…
This image dates back just about 10 years, from when we went to visit Nova Scotia. As my wife was running our dogs in agility, I explored Nova Scotia and found this low tide scene in the little town of Digby.
This image was captured with Canon EOS 1D MkII using an Canon 28-80mm f/4-5.6 lens. Exposure settings were at 1/125 second and f/9 with 400 ISO.