PHOTOS: Scenes From Tuesday’s -4.1 Low Tide


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Tuesday afternoon (June 23rd) saw one of the lowest tides of the year, a -4.1, and here’s a slideshow by Photographer Michael Brunk:

Click to View Michael Brunk’s Photo Slideshow

Wednesday’s low tide will be a -3.9 at 12:40pm, so pack a lunch, take the kids and don’t forget to bring your camera!

Here are the tides through Sunday, June 28th:

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24th:

Low 12:45 AM 7.6
High 5:27 AM 11.3
Low 12:40 PM -3.9
High 8:14 PM 12.6

THURSDAY, JUNE 25th:

Low 1:41 AM 6.9
High 6:26 AM 10.8
Low 1:28 PM -3.2
High 8:55 PM 12.8

FRIDAY, JUNE 26th:

Low 2:38 AM 6.0
High 7:30 AM 10.1
Low 2:16 PM -2.0
High 9:34 PM 12.8

SATURDAY, JUNE 27th:

Low 3:38 AM 4.9
High 8:39 AM 9.3
Low 3:05 PM -0.4
High 10:13 PM 12.6

SUNDAY, JUNE 28th:

Low 4:39 AM 3.7
High 9:56 AM 8.5
Low 3:55 PM 1.5
High 10:52 PM 12.4

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2 Responses to “PHOTOS: Scenes From Tuesday’s -4.1 Low Tide”
  1. Greg Rehmke says:

    Great pictures!
    What on earth is that red super starfish?

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  2. The naturalist who was at that location said it was just a fairly large specimen of a sea star. He estimated this one was perhaps 22-24 inches in diameter and this species can get up to 36 inches in diameter (if I’m remembering that right) so this wasn’t even as large as they can be expected to grow!

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