These potholes were created at the end of the ice age, when small stones whirled about in the currents formed by the melting glaciers and drilled these holes in the bedrock
Flowerpot Rocks at Low Tide
The Flowerpot Rocks loom out of the fog during low tide at The Rocks Provincial Park on Fundy Bay. At high tide, the entire area is covered in 30 feet of water.
Flowerpot Rocks at High Tide
Kyakers explore thw Flowerpot Rocks in The Rocks Provincial Park on Fundy Bay. At low tide, these rocks sit high and dry.
An old fisherman's shed sit's precariously on the coast near Peggy's Cove in Nova Scotia