The tide is out, leaving a small rocky beach for visitors to explore as the rugged cliffs rise above at Cape d'Or in the Bay of Fundy in Nova Scotia, Canada. The water level along this rugged coastline can reach great heights, working its fury against these cliffs and slowly eroding away at them.
The cliffs are filled with native copper which many believed to be gold in the early years. From the Cape d'Or Lighthouse, one can enjoy the scenery which looks out over the Bay of Fundy or wander amongst the trails which lead over and around this rugged coastal region of Nova Scotia.
Dramatic coastline seen from the Cape d'Or Lighthouse, Cape d'Or, Cape Chignecto, Bay of Fundy, Fundy Shore Ecotour, Glooscap Trail, Highway 209, Minas Channel, Nova Scotia, Canada.