Telling our New Brunswick story to our children and the world
Bay of Fundy's Hopewell Rocks
Every year, thousands of visitors from around the world descend the staircase at Hopewell Rocks to walk on the ocean floor. Bay of
Fundy’s Hopewell Rocks offers an intimate behind-the-scenes tour of this striking and fascinating place.
The book is full of intriguing
tidbits on the history and natural history of the Hopewell Rocks Park at all times of the year. Snair’s descriptions of the tidal
action and geology of the area are easy to understand and the self-guided tour portion will help readers make the most of their trip
to the Rocks.
His images of one of the most photographed places in New Brunswick are both stunning and original, so the book will
become a treasured souvenir of this natural wonder of the world.
“This lovely book reveals one man’s intimate relationship with a
familiar and much-loved landscape. It is a gift to have this remarkable and magical place enriched and enlivened by Kevin’s tenderness,
sensitivity and skill.”
– Deborah Carr, author of Sanctuary: The Story of Naturalist Mary Majka
“Kevin Snair’s book is a treasure
and the perfect way to get up close and personal with Hopewell Rocks. Not only is the information fascinating and educational, the
photos are downright dazzling and delicious.”
– Sandra Phinney, author, journalist, paddler, and photographer
Fast Rising Tides at Hopewell Rocks
by Kevin Snair
The Hopewell Rocks - OFFICIAL Time Lapse video of 45.6 foot tide
by Kevin Snair