Hopewell Cape Rocks

New Brunswick-We visited there during the Autumn days. We walked down the staircase to the coast line during the low tide and it caught our attention.

We saw there were sea stacks (also known as flowerpots and astounding variety of sizes and shapes. We saw the whimsical names of Bear, and a Dinosaur.

We realized it was  thousands of years ago with the massive tides of the Bay of Fundy have been patiently sculpting their masterpiece in Hopewell Cape, New Brunswick. We noticed there were over twenty free-standing sea stacks peppered along two kilometers of the  shoreline.

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