Beautiful Photographs Of The Difference The Tide Makes

Photographer Michael Marten captures Britain’s coastline at high and low tide. (via guardian.co.uk).

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Beaumont Quay, Essex. 30 and 31 August 2011. High water 2.10pm, low water 7.40am

2.

Bedruthan Steps, Cornwall. 25 and 31 August 2007. High water 4.30pm, low water 2pm

3.

Crosby, Liverpool. 5 and 7 April 2008. High water 12 noon, low water 9am

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Flamborough, Yorkshire. 27 and 28 September 2007. High water 5pm, low water 11.45am

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Hayle river mouth, Cornwall. 18 March 2010. Low water 12 noon, high water 6pm.

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Perranporth, Cornwall. 28 and 29 August 2007. High water 6pm, low water 11.20am

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Perranporth, Cornwall. 29 and 30 August 2007. Low water 12 noon, high water 8pm

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Severn Bridge, Monmouthshire. 8 and 9 March 2008. Low water 2.30pm, high water 8.20am

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Salmon fishery, Solway Firth. 27 and 28 March 2006. Low water 5.20pm, high water 12 noon

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St Mary’s lighthouse, Northumberland. 17 and 20 September 2008. High water 5.50pm, low water 1pm

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Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk. 10 September 2006. High water 8.40am, low water 3pm

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