Soft pastel colors enlighten the sky at sunset over Delaps Cove in Nova Scotia, Canada as the beach possesses its own unique display. A rock formation was built on a large boulder by visitors to Delaps Cove which becomes the center of focus making the beautiful sunset the backdrop.
Delaps Cove is a romantic place to watch a sunset glisten off the calm water of the Bay of Fundy at low tide. Once the tide turns along this coastline, the entire beach and the rock formation will be buried beneath the surface of the water. The Bay of Fundy is known to have the highest tides in the world, making the beach at Delaps Cove disappear, especially when a storm and strong winds pass through the area.
Stone formation along the beach at Delaps Cove during sunset over the Bay of Fundy, Evangeline Trail, Nova Scotia, Canada.