People travel from far and wide to the Bay of Fundy to see the highest tides in the world and their dramatic product, the Hopewell Rocks. Many of the rock formations have names. Personally, I like like the Lovers Arch and the Dinosaur best (photos below).
The Hopewell Rocks can be explored at low tide by walking on the ocean floor and high tide by kayaking between the formations and into the occasional cave. It was a very rainy and very muddy the day I went during low tide but the weather didn't deter the enthusiasm of our guide Kevin. He took us into the mud to experience the beauty from all angles. He explained how such wonders occur.
He also taught us something about the importance of the Bay from an environmental perspective. His story was so compelling that I had him tell it again for the camera.