Photographer's Note

I have already shown pictures of the Chausey archipelago, in Normandy, and explained the importance of the tides for the life of the islands and of the people who live there or visit (see for instance this picture and the note that goes with it).
In March this year there was an rather important spring tide (12,50 meters difference in water height between high tide and low tide). The fair early spring weather brought many fishermen at low tide to pick up shellfish on the uncovered sand banks, but also created a really beautiful landscape of sand, rock and clear blue sea, giving an air of hawaiian lagoon to the Normand archipelago (well, apart from the sea temperature, much too cold for a bath!).

With this picture, I wish a good Easter week-end to all those who celebrate it (and all the best to the others as well!).

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