Photo of the day

Nothing like a good “super tide.”  From a cool Telegraph gallery of the phenomenon:

The supertide submerges Mont Saint-Michel's narrow causeway, cutting off the historic commune

A “supertide” is expected to affect coastlines around the North Sea, the English Channel and to a lesser extent in the Mediterranean. The world-famous Mont Saint-Michel on France’s northern coast was cut off by an especially big tide, with a difference between high and low tide of 47.6 ft (14.15 metres)

Picture: AP


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Professor of Political Science at NC State

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