MICHAEL MARTEN / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY MICHAEL MARTEN / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY
Low tide. Fishing boats and a water channel at low tide. This large area of mud flats is exposed twice daily by the sea as it recedes during the ebb tides. The channel (left) is formed by water draining off the mud flats. As the sea returns, this whole area will be flooded and the boats will be refloated. This area is near Brancaster Staithe, on the north Norfolk coast, England. Brancaster Staithe is located on an area of marshland on the edge of Brancaster Bay.
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