canada-photos.com Hopewell de http://www.canada-photos.com/ Tue, 23 May 2017 01:50:53 PDT Hopewell Rocks Tourist Attraction Fundy Coastal Drive New Brunswick Fri, 27 Mar 2009 23:08:39 PDT <h2>Along the Fundy Coastal Drive in New Brunswick, many people stop in Albert to enjoy the fascinating tourist attraction, the Hopewell Rocks.</h2>This tourist attraction brings out many visitors as the unique flowerpot shaped rocks at Hopewell Rocks in Albert, New Brunswick are fascinating to explore at low tide. The creation of the Hopewell Rocks have taken years to form which are still changing everyday due to the different weather patterns and tides in the area....<br /><a href="http://www.canada-photos.com/picture/hopewell-rocks-tourist-attraction-fundy-coastal-drive-new-brunswick-2187.htm"><img src=http://www.canada-photos.com/images/250/hopewell-rocks-tourist-attraction_2264-2187.jpg /></a> http://www.canada-photos.com/picture/hopewell-rocks-tourist-attraction-fundy-coastal-drive-new-brunswick-2187.htm hopewell-rocks-tourist-attraction-fundy-coastal-drive-new-brunswick-2187 Hopewell Rocks Provincial Park Rock Formations New Brunswick Wed, 21 Jan 2009 22:51:21 PDT <h2>The changing rock formations of Hopewell Rocks at low tide along the coastal shores of Hopewell Rocks Provincial Park in New Brunswick, Canada.</h2>As the tide recedes at Shepody Bay in Hopewell Rocks Provincial Park in New Brunswick, Canada, the beach and rock formations of the Hopewell Rocks are easy to access. At high tide, the beach in this area of Hopewell Rocks Provincial Park is closed as the water comes in fairly quickly and could trap people along the coastal shores....<br /><a href="http://www.canada-photos.com/picture/hopewell-rocks-provincial-park-rock-formations-new-brunswick-2184.htm"><img src=http://www.canada-photos.com/images/250/hopewell-rocks-provincial-park-rock-formations_2261-2184.jpg /></a> http://www.canada-photos.com/picture/hopewell-rocks-provincial-park-rock-formations-new-brunswick-2184.htm hopewell-rocks-provincial-park-rock-formations-new-brunswick-2184 Hopewell Rocks Formations New Brunswick Sat, 2 Feb 2008 17:19:11 PDT <h2>The flowerpot rocks are very unique rock formations that adorn the coastline of Hopewell Rocks Provincial Park in New Brunswick, Canada.</h2>Looking through the open space between the flowerpot rocks at Hopewell Rocks Provincial Park in the Bay of Fundy in New Brunswick, Canada you can see the open waters at low tide and the far coastline. The unique formations of these rocks have been created over the years from the tides and will continue to change in future years....<br /><a href="http://www.canada-photos.com/picture/hopewell-rocks-formations-new-brunswick-2186.htm"><img src=http://www.canada-photos.com/images/250/hopewell-rocks-formations_2263-2186.jpg /></a> http://www.canada-photos.com/picture/hopewell-rocks-formations-new-brunswick-2186.htm hopewell-rocks-formations-new-brunswick-2186 New Brunswick Flowerpot Rocks Mon, 26 Nov 2007 12:06:33 PDT <h2>Greenery grows atop the Flowerpot Rocks that adorn the coastline of Hopewell Rocks Provincial Park in the Bay of Fundy in New Brunswick, Canada.</h2>At low tide, tourists can wander along the coastline and see the unique creations of the Flowerpot Rocks at Hopewell Rocks Provincial Park along the Fundy Coastal Drive in New Brunswick. The high tides ...<br /><a href="http://www.canada-photos.com/picture/new-brunswick-flowerpot-rocks-2179.htm"><img src=http://www.canada-photos.com/images/250/new-brunswick-flowerpot-rocks_2256-2179.jpg /></a> http://www.canada-photos.com/picture/new-brunswick-flowerpot-rocks-2179.htm new-brunswick-flowerpot-rocks-2179 Flowerpot Hopewell Rocks Bay Of Fundy Thu, 18 Oct 2007 11:27:52 PDT <h2>At low tide along the coastline of the Bay of Fundy in New Brunswick, Canada explore the natural phenomenons known as Hopewell Rocks, Flowerpot Rocks.</h2>The flowerpot rocks at Hopewell Rocks Provincial Park in the Bay of Fundy along the Fundy Coastal Drive in New Brunswick are fascinating natural creations to explore at low tide. The power of the ocean and the tides have carved away at the sandstone for thousands of years which in turn has produced the flowerpot rocks....<br /><a href="http://www.canada-photos.com/picture/flowerpot-hopewell-rocks-bay-of-fundy-2180.htm"><img src=http://www.canada-photos.com/images/250/flowerpot-rocks_2257-2180.jpg /></a> http://www.canada-photos.com/picture/flowerpot-hopewell-rocks-bay-of-fundy-2180.htm flowerpot-hopewell-rocks-bay-of-fundy-2180