I took these pictures yesterday afternoon while rowing in still waters at a low tide. I rowed around a ledge that appears just off the point, a little outside the cove. At some places the water is less than a meter deep there during the low tide.
Nova Scotia's southwest coast is noted for a richness and variety of seaplants. They provide protection for other forms of aquatic life: green wavy nurseries for all kinds of babies.
When this kelp gets washed up on the cobble beach of the point, the sheep are right there to appreciate it.
The bottom is often a soft sand. This is the ocean's gentlest face.