Stone Hand Grasping a Boulder

Hopewell Rocks, NB, Canada – Helen Filatova

One of the many “flowerpot” rock formations at Hopewell Rocks in New Brunswick, Canada. I love how the softer sedimentary sandstone is holding the piece of harder less eroded rock literally in a stone fist. The formations were created by the huge tides that come and go in the Bay of Fundy daily, the highest average tides in the world in fact at 16 metres or 52 feet.