“A remarkable and magical place enriched and enlivened by Kevin’s tenderness, sensitivity, and skill.” — Deborah Carr, author of Sanctuary: The Story of Naturalist Mary Majka.
Every year, thousands of visitors from around the world descend the staircase at Hopewell Rocks to walk on the ocean floor. Many of those visitors have been greeted by author and photographer Kevin Snair, who spent years working as an Interpretive Guide for the Hopewell Rocks Park. Bay of Fundy’s Hopewell Rocks combines Snair’s luminous descriptions of tidal action and geology with his stunning photography to capture the breathtaking experience of New Brunswick’s famous natural wonder.
Now revised and updated from the original 2016 edition and full of intriguing tidbits on the human and natural history of the Rocks, Bay of Fundy’s Hopewell Rocks offers an intimate, behind-the-scenes tour of this striking and fascinating place.
About the author
Kevin Snair was born and raised on the South Shore of Nova Scotia and discovered his passion for photography while working in British Columbia during his teens. He started working as an Interpretive Guide for the Hopewell Rocks Park in 2009 and can often be found strolling the beaches or giving guided tours to anyone who will listen. He is passionate about the site and his time-lapse videos of the Hopewell Rocks have gone viral on the Internet.