High tide and low tide are 2 extremely different views. One is picturesque and the other is a curiosity. I like both equally for different reasons. Low tide is amazing to watch everything rush out and streams for where the ocean once was. The mud flats that appear create a baren landscape where daring people think they can wander around (I don't recommend this people die every year trying to beat the tide) and go to an island in the middle. High tide you have beautiful glass like waters with a killer Alaskan view as the back drop sun set is spectacular with all the colors reflecting off the water. It's a mist see but try and catch high or low tide but not somewhere in the middle.
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