The Bay of Fundy has the largest tidal range in the world. Every six hours the tide can swing up to 50 vertical feet exposing or submerging large fields of mud and rocks. While traveling through New Brunswick and Nova Scotia I stopped here to witness this phenomenon with my friends. We camped at Five Islands Provincial Park and walked down from our campground to explore the beach at sunset.
We found a whole lot of mud, crabs, and some painted cliffs before the tide started to come back up. Thankfully I brought my DJI Phantom 4 along for the journey. It proved to be a very photogenic location for aerial photography.
Gear I used to produce this video: http://amzn.to/28KEcBn