Photographer's Note

The Bay of Fundy is located in Nova Scotia, on the East Coast of Canada. It's actually a large bay, hence its name, that's in between Canada and the 'States and every day when the tide rolls out the water level drops several stories leaviing boats literally stranded!
All of the piers and docks for the many ferries that cross between the small islands in the bay, in this case Briar Island, have two levels of dock; one for high-tide, and one for low-tide, as seen in the background of the photo.

This snapshot was taken with a borrowed Canon Powershot S1 - my first experience with a digital camera!

Largely untouched in Photoshop, just a little contrast enhancent with the Unsharp Mask. The light on the East-Coast is amazing very clear and blue.

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