I like the Bay of Fundy.
Especially in Morden, a small village on the North Mountain.
There is a small monument (French Cross) where you can take a staircase down to the rocky beach. Or you can drive further west to a much larger – but still rocky – beach.
That’s where I shot this video.
Bay of Fundy Sunset Time Lapse Video: Morden
This is the first time lapse video I made after returning to Nova Scotia. Morden is a special place for our family. We’ve spent many hours beachcombing and having bonfires on the beach.
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Love high tides? Check out these 9 Bay of Fundy tide time lapse videos.
How to get to Morden, Nova Scotia: To get there, travel north from Auburn (in the Annapolis Valley) and you’ll come to Morden. You’ll see the sign to Morden on the #1 Highway. The year-round population is small – like they could all fit into their community hall (capacity: 120). The summertime population spikes as the seasonal homes fill.
Want to make your own video? Here’s how I made this sunset time lapse.
Have you been to Morden? What’s your favourite place?
Hi, I’m Bryan Haines. And I’m a co-founder of this site. I’m a traveler and photographer. I also blog about photography with a focus on GoPro and action cameras.