Posted by: Kate | July 15, 2018

Low Tide

The wonderful thing about living so close to nature is that there is always something new to see. Nature’s landscape is constantly changing.

This summer we are fortunate that some extremely low tides are coinciding with daytime, making for great access to exposed reefs and shoreline. When I visited the Willow Point Reef in June it was abuzz with activity – families, couples and even a guide-led group.

This is why I could never move away from the ocean again – this awe-inspiring, jaw-dropping show of nature that is free and at my doorstep.

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